The company will be delisted, less than two years after its IPO. It's last traded price was USD 0.30, a 97.6% decline from it's IPO price of USD 12.50.
A good write-up including a chronology of the events that led to the delisting can be found on the website of Digital News Asia: "MOL Global’s short and bumpy Nasdaq journey".
Of interest is the last paragraph:
April 13, 2016: Announces delisting plan. Shares close at US$0.30. (Closing price on April 15: US$0.23). At such a level, this gives MOL Global a market capitalisation of US$15.5 million. In contrast and to recap, about US$75 million of the IPO proceeds went to selling shareholders.