Going Private: U.S. Listed Chinese Companies

Many U.S. listed Chinese companies have their eye on going private, with a growing number of such transactions having recently closed. This is the combined result of the current weakness of the U.S. capital markets, significant losses in the value of many U.S. listed Chinese companies, and pessimistic market forecasts that have resulted in trading at values below what controlling shareholders, management or private equity firms may think certain companies are worth.

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