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NYSE delisting China telcos; Is Jack Ma missing?

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January 5 · Issue #350 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s the first Asia AI News of 2021!
Even though it’s only January 5th, there are already some big stories to share. Not least of which is what’s happened to Jack Ma?
According to media, noone has seen Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma in two months - practically since Ant Group’s much hyped multi-billion dollar IPO was suspended by Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges.
Then there is the New York Stock Exchange’s delisting of China’s three big state-run telecommunications companies following an executive order from the Trump administration - some say, a symbolic severing of longstanding ties between the Chinese business world and Wall Street.
Scroll down for these stories and more.
Wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2021!
/Carrington

Is Jack Ma missing?
Jack Ma's disappearing act fuels speculation about billionaire's whereabouts Jack Ma's disappearing act fuels speculation about billionaire's whereabouts
Jack Ma has lost $11 Bbillion in two months on China scrutiny
Global investors flee from Chinese tech stocks after the government crackdown on Ant and Alibaba
Startup News
Horizon Robotics, a Chinese rival to Nvidia, seeks to raise over $700 million
Connecting Asia's startup ecosystem
Investment
Beijing’s strong sense of crisis in Ant IPO postponement
China expands list of sectors for attracting foreign investment
SoftBank targets up to $525 million via First SPAC as IPOs Surge
Facial Recognition
SoftBank-backed face-scan firm rebrands U.S. unit to add distance after blacklisting:
Smart Cities
$2.4bn Japan fund for ASEAN smart cities
Geopolitics
New York Stock Exchange to delist China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom New York Stock Exchange to delist China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom
China says opposes U.S. politicizing trade issues on U.S. delisting of Chinese telcos
China’s big telcos lose another US$1.5 billion of market value in sell-off on NYSE delisting plan despite late rebound
How Chinese chip giant SMIC can evade Trump’s newest crackdown
Xinjiang forced labor issue may hit China's investment agreement with EU
China-US relations: work together to prevent an AI arms race, experts say
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