Watchdogs Growl over Concept-Stock Probes
(Beijing) – It appears to be dawning on officials at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that cooperative, cross-border financial investigations are completely foreign to China.
Washington's regulators have been trying since late 2010 to gather information that could help them probe fraud allegations involving so-called Chinese concept stocks listed on American exchanges.
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