Bill to delist Chinese companies may disadvantage U.S. investors, says Harvard law professor

Under a new bill, passed by the U.S. Senate last month, Chinese firms risk being delisted from U.S. stock exchanges if they don't adhere to U.S. audit standards. But, if the law is passed, it's unclear if U.S. investors will be left "better off," says Jesse Fried, a professor of law at the Harvard Law School.
Tue, Jun 9 20203:28 AM EDT