SEC proposes easier foreign delisting

The Securities and Exchange Commission unanimously voted to propose rules to make it easier for foreign companies to stop listing their securities for trading in the country in order to avoid the expense of complying with U.S. securities laws. The SEC hopes the new rules will actually encourage foreign companies to list in the United States, knowing it would be relatively easy to leave.

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