US-Listed Chinese Cos. Not Wavering In Push To Head Home

By Chelsea Naso (February 29, 2016, 4:29 PM EST) -- The stream of U.S.-listed Chinese companies inking take-private transactions is showing few signs of drying up, as volatility in the U.S. markets and an easing of Chinese securities regulations has renewed the possibility of finding stronger valuations domestically, experts say.

Market volatility in China, which came amid the devaluation of the yuan back in August, was considered a possible death knell for the trend, but with volatility also striking the U.S. markets and China moving to simplify access to its domestic markets, more Chinese companies are looking to head home.

"The market generally had doubts where those take-private proposals would be...

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