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April 13, 2011

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Another breaking news, just hot off the press today for those who might have an interest in investing in Chinese stocks, "due diligence" is absolutely required:

Quote from Jim Jubak's article on money.msn.com
The big fraud in Chinese stocks--
Investors can learn a lot from the scandal at Longtop Financial. Columnist Jim Jubak offers 5 lessons, plus 5 tips for safer investing in China.

http://money.msn.com/investing/the-big-fraud-in-chinese-stocks-jubak.aspx
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What is the chinese Securities Exchange Commission doing to crack down on these frauds ? Perhaps China has no equivalent of the US SEC to enforce the laws and protect the investors !

Someone should be prosecuted, and go to jail if found guilty of these financial crimes.

Khanh

Suis-tu toujours China Ceramics?
Ces dernieres semaines les actionnaires US s'activent, avec proposition de delisting, avec financement de Macquarie, mais le Board Member americain qui fait barrage, et le Chairman qui ne semble pas interesser malgré les benefices mis en avant pour lui...

Oui, je suis toujours car je reste actionnaire....au point ou ça en est, seue chose à faire est de croiser les doigts et de prier !

J'ai bien suivi les péripéties et le refus du Board...

On verra bien !

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