The online brokerage firm, which serves Chinese investors, is seeking approval to trade on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol “TIGR.”
The move came after the High Court of Justice of Antigua and Barbuda found that “there was a secret plan to take control of the Company.”
If the two sides fail to reach a deal by midnight on March 1, U.S. President Donald Trump is scheduled to raise tariffs to 25 percent from 10 percent on $200 billion of Chinese imports.
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After two successive drubbings,Yangtze River Port and Logistics had enough and filed suit against Hindenburg Research and will take their complaints to a judge.
Chinese video-streaming firm YY may end up being more valuable for its investment acumen in Huya and BIGO than for its core business.
Chinese e-commerce companies that went public in 2018 on U.S. capital markets have struggled to consistently produce positive returns for investors.
At the same time, the volatility of the stock price after the lockup expiration did present a unique buying opportunity for investors who are bullish on Xiaomi's future.
So, what's next? Min Luo, the company's founder and chief executive officer, believes VIP concierge service is the next solution.
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The battle for the ownership of China's leading car rental service ended after the parties agreed to settle, setting the final buyout deal at $12.25 per share - lower than prior bids.
Alipay is marching into the U.S as the company's users can now shop at 3,000 Walgreens in major cities, such as New York, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.
The stock movement came within days of a report about the existence of a lawsuit, filed in New York State Supreme Court, by a fund run by former Goldman Sachs & Co. partner.
Chinese stocks were grabbing attention after the Shanghai blue chips index jumped 2 percent on Wednesday.
The investment would be a diversification for the Chinese giant, which has been facing touch competition domestically, as well as curbs in the gaming industry.