On Monday, the US Securities and Exchange Commission added a further 11 Chinese companies to its provisional list of delisting, including ride-hailing giant Didi and online grocery delivery platform Dingdong Maicai. Other Chinese tech firms added to the list included cross-border e-commerce site LightInTheBox Holding, cosmetic surgery app SoYoung, fintech platform Lufax, cloud service provider KingSoft Cloud, news aggregator Qutoutiao, and edtech firm China Online Education Group. The regulator has been expanding its list of foreign companies who face being removed from US exchanges for failing to provide evidence of their financial audits and to disclose whether or not they are owned or controlled by a government entity. A total of 144 firms, or more than half of the roughly 240 US-listed Chinese companies, have now been added to the delisting list, identified under the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act in the US. [SEC]