All China articles – Page 3

  • Blog

    Behind China’s Regulatory Disarray


    Image: More informed people than me can, and have, painted crisp pictures of the regulatory chaos currently unfolding in China. The latest is an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal today, “China’s Response to Stock Rout Exposes Disarray,” that is well worth your time if you do business there.

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    Far East: The Epicenter of FCPA Enforcement?


    Image: Everyone says bribery risk is highest along the Pacific Rim, but how acute is the problem really? Pretty bad, according to a Compliance Week review of recent FCPA enforcement actions—and the risks will only increase as more U.S. companies enter Asia and more Asian companies tap U.S. capital markets. ...

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    How to Respond to a China Antitrust Probe


    Chinese regulators are stepping up enforcement of antitrust laws, resulting in more investigations of U.S. companies. “Foreign companies doing business in China need to know that Chinese antitrust authorities have far-reaching enforcement powers, and that the procedural safeguards are not the same as those which may apply in the United ...

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    SEC Ends Standoff With Big 4 China Affiliates


    The SEC has settled its action against Big 4 affiliates in China that had stymied investigations into possible accounting fraud by refusing to hand over audit work papers. The SEC fined each of the Big 4 affiliates $500,000 while acknowledging that the firms eventually began providing documents.