The ministry of commerce said in a statement that China will "take necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises", according to the state-run Global Times.
Several other Chinese businesses since the Executive Order was issued have also been withdrawn from smaller USA indexes.
The Chinese ministry of commerce said in a statement that the delisting was an abuse of national security and inconsistent with market rules.
The NYSE had on Friday said it would delist three Chinese companies to comply with a USA executive order that imposed restrictions on companies identified as affiliated with the Chinese military.
CHINESE oil majors may be next in line for delisting in the United States after the New York Stock Exchange said last week that it would remove the Asian nation's three biggest telecom companies.
Unfortunately, some political forces in the USA recently have "continuously suppressed foreign companies listed in the United States for no reason at the expense of damaging the global position of the US capital market, which is unwise".
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Trump has pursued an aggressive economic agenda against China that has become even more restrictive since the emergence of Covid-19, which Trump has derogatively labeled the "China virus", in Wuhan.
Each of the telecoms companies named by the NYSE also has a listing in Hong Kong. -China relationship, and said on Monday that he would "hold China's government accountable for its abuses on trade, technology, human rights, and other fronts".
United States stock exchanges including the NYSE and Nasdaq courted Chinese companies during the past decade to list their shares on their stock markets.
The status of the United States as an worldwide financial center depends on the trust of global companies and investors in the tolerance and certainty of its rules and systems, the regulator stressed.
Trump's order prohibits USA companies and individuals from owning shares in any of the 31 companies, which also include video surveillance firm Hikvision and China Railway Construction Corp.
In a separate executive order signed in December, if they do not comply with US auditing requirements, Trump has threatened to exclude Chinese firms from USA stock indices.