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synonyms for shanghaiing

  • abduct
  • capture
  • grab
  • hijack
  • pirate
  • seize
  • skyjack
  • snatch
  • carry away
  • carry off
  • hold for ransom
  • run away with
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antonyms for shanghaiing

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  • free
  • give
  • let go
  • liberate
  • release
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How to use shanghaiing in a sentence

The Shanghai exchange told Ant in a notice that changes in financial technology regulatory requirements and other “major issues” meant the company didn’t meet the requirements needed to list on its exchange.
CHINA’S MARKETS WELCOME HOMEGROWN TECH—BUT ANT’S SUSPENDED IPO IS A REMINDER OF THE RISKSGRADY MCGREGORNOVEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
The suspension was a shock to the financial world, especially for the retail investors in Hong Kong and Shanghai who had swamped the exchanges with $3 trillion worth of bids for Ant’s shares.
JACK MA IS THE POSTER CHILD OF CHINESE TECH. WHY IS BEIJING REINING HIM IN—AGAIN?NAOMI XU ELEGANTNOVEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
Chiang, who adopted the name Cecilia as a young woman, was born Sun Yun in 1920 in Wuxi, outside of Shanghai, and was the 10th of 12 children.
CECILIA CHIANG, GRAND DAME OF CHINESE COOKING IN AMERICA, DIES AT 100TIM CARMANOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Ant won regulatory approval for its Shanghai listing on Wednesday, clearing the way for it to begin guaging investor demand for an IPO that could value the Hangzhou-based company at $280 billion or more.
INVESTORS IN WHAT COULD BE WORLD’S BIGGEST IPO MUST COMMIT AMID U.S. ELECTION UNCERTAINTYCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTEROCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
Several are mega-cities with more than 10 million people—Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Chengdu, to name a few—and beyond these giants, there’s a whopping 113 cities with more than a million people.
A RIDICULOUSLY HUGE NEW SOLAR FARM JUST CAME ONLINE IN CHINAVANESSA BATES RAMIREZOCTOBER 9, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Yoozoo Pictures, a Shanghai-based film studio, has long held filming rights to The Three-Body Problem and first announced in 2014 that it planned to adapt Liu’s work into a six-part motion picture series.
NETFLIX ENLISTED ‘GAME OF THRONES’ TEAM TO ADAPT CHINA’S BEST-SELLING SCI-FI NOVEL. THEN CAME CONTROVERSYGRADY MCGREGOROCTOBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
On July 22, the Shanghai Stock Exchange added STAR-listed firms to its Shanghai Composite Index calculations to reflect the growing clout of tech listings.
ANOTHER JACK MA COMPANY COULD BREAK THE WORLD’S IPO RECORD. BUT THIS TIME, THE U.S. IS MISSING OUTNAOMI XU ELEGANTSEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
The one-third of companies that do plan to cut jobs in China are doing so mostly because of the pandemic, AmCham Shanghai president Ker Gibbs told Bloomberg.
TRUMP WANTS TO END U.S. RELIANCE ON CHINESE MANUFACTURING ‘ONCE AND FOR ALL.’ U.S. FIRMS AREN’T COMPLYINGNAOMI XU ELEGANTSEPTEMBER 9, 2020FORTUNE
The company said it would raise 48 billion yuan in Shanghai as a placeholder, but companies typically exceed that indication in their offerings.
BILLIONAIRE JACK MA’S ANT GROUP FILES FOR IPO LOOKING TO SMASH AN ALL-TIME RECORDBERNHARD WARNERAUGUST 25, 2020FORTUNE
China is a key market for Tesla, and the Elon Musk company is ramping up production there after starting deliveries from its massive Shanghai plant around the beginning of the year.
TESLA’S MARKET VALUE ROARS PAST CONSUMER GIANT P&G. WALMART MAY BE NEXTVERNE KOPYTOFFAUGUST 17, 2020FORTUNE
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