Can Anyone Save Stock Market Supervision?
China's securities market inspectors have long been a mysterious lot who carefully guard the secrets of their sleuthing techniques.
They follow opaque procedures that may begin with a tip from a Shanghai Stock Exchange official and end with a 10-year jail term for a businessman convicted of insider trading.
Likewise hidden from the public eye are the job's inherent dangers.
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