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Do Chinese Companies Give the PRC Government Different Financials than to the SEC?
Posted on 28 Feb 2011 by David N. Feldman

Well, kind of, but. The latest Reverse Merger Report talks about the fact that short sellers have been focusing on alleged differences between filings by public Chinese companies with their government as compared to what is filed in the US with the... Read More

Securities Suits Against U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies Continue in Year's Second Half
Posted on 22 Aug 2011 by Kevin M. LaCroix

In its comments about the elevated level of filings against U.S.-listed Chinese companies during the first months of 2011 in its mid-year report on securities class action litigation ( here ), Cornerstone Research noted both that the total number of... Read More

2010: Big Year for Reverse Mergers
Posted on 8 Feb 2011 by David N. Feldman

The January issue of The Reverse Merger Report provides a great deal of detail about the market for reverse mergers in the year just passed. Bottom line: pretty much everything was up. Number of deals (246 deals, a 25% increase), number of Chinese... Read More

Reverse Merger Could Help Madoff Victims
Posted on 22 Mar 2011 by David N. Feldman

According to this month's Reverse Merger Report , a company that is owned 11% by Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities completed a reverse merger last month. The company, AbTech Holdings, merged with a shell called Laurel Resources. AbTech makes... Read More