OT: BABA delisting fears ease more

Bloomberg reports that China is considering giving full audit access to the US for most of the Chinese stocks listed in NY.

China Weighs Giving U.S. Full Access to Audits of Most Firms
Bloomberg News
Fri, April 1, 2022, 7:27 AM

(Bloomberg) – Chinese authorities are preparing to give U.S. regulators full access to auditing reports of the majority of the 200-plus companies listed in New York …

The China Securities Regulatory Commission and other national regulators are in the process of drafting a framework that will allow most Chinese firms to keep their listings, people familiar with the process said, asking not to be named discussing a private matter. However, the government is prepared to accept that some state-owned enterprises and private companies that hold sensitive data will be delisted, they said.

The framework is expected to provide clarity on what data may trigger national security concerns, said the people. Regulators are debating whether companies that deal with consumer information, such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, would automatically fall into that category, one of the people said, adding that processing large volumes of such information wouldn’t necessarily make a firm a security concern.



It’s my 2nd biggest position after Brk, mostly of it acquired two weeks ago.
My wife’s sister works at Alibaba as a programmer. She is the smartest kid of her family. So I figure it’s not exaggerating that baba is one of the best company in China.

And I suspect the sell offs to 75s might triggered by some fund got margin calls— there were market rumors about it.


News just released today. Not sure the new Chinese regulatory revision would be sufficient for the US requirements.