US Delisting Risk Hits I-Mab Hard, Bilateral Agreement Needed?
Switching Auditors Not Ultimate Solution
It started with the risk of delisting from US stock markets over auditing requirements, but there are other underlying risks for Chinese bioventures that ultimately only some form of bilateral governmental agreement may need to address, but this may be increasingly hard to reach.
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