China Unicom to Step Down from NYSE in October

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China Unicom to Step Down from NYSE in October
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The action took effect in May this year after the board of directors decided to terminate the ADR, later issuing a notice to the ADR agency BNY Mellon.

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Holders of ADRs have the right to return the shares they hold to BNY Mellon in exchange for the company's common stock in accordance with the terms and conditions of the depository agreement at least before the termination date. The trustee's securities can be exchanged for 10 common shares of the company. The company's common stock can be traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

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Article by Qasim Khan, Equal Ocean

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