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The week that was: luxury retail in China slows down as the government’s anti-corruption measures take effect; over-the-counter exchange markets widen their reach; housing prices rise; and bitcoin prices nosedive. China broadens OTC exchange nationwide More small and medium-sized companies will have access to China’s over-the-counter (OTC) exchange market, as the Chinese State Council announced […]
There are two problems at play here: national sovereignty and state secrets CKGSB Professor Qi Daqing and Peking University Professor Paul Gillis share their views on the regulatory battle between the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the China branches of five international accounting firms over access to work documents. In Part 2 of this Viewpoint […]
12-16On December 19, 1990, the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) opened for business in Astor House Hotel. The first listed company was Yu Garden Restaurant, whose stock market price was around CNY300. Not long after that, the fourth Chinese Premier, Li Peng, and his wife paid a visit to the SSE to take a look themselves. […]