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Chinese pork supplier Chuying Agro set to delist amid cash crunch


Do you remember Chuying Agro-Pastoral Group Co Ltd - the Chinese company that paid bond investors with ham instead of interest payments last year? The Shenzhen-listed company is set to become the second company in China to be delisted because its shares remain below face value for 20 consecutive trading days.

The company's shares lost 4.7 per cent on Monday to close at 0.81 yuan per share, trading below the face value of 1 yuan per . . .

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