A Chinese company unknown to most Americans, incorporated in the Cayman Islands, and listing on US markets? Uh oh.
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The company wil work with retailers to make cards and consumer information more secure.
A new law would force them to pay steep fees to continue operating. The demands 'go beyond what we'd be willing to do,' says Visa's CEO.
Some are sporting prices that look rich, if judged by price-to-earnings ratios, and could be ready for a pullback.
The Chinese company may add more shares to the deal, pushing the offering beyond $20 billion.
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