The CEO can't force the Chinese government to agree to PCAOB oversight inspections. But they do continue to make SEC filings as required.
There is little the CEO could do other than a buyout or a Hong Kong listing at this point, as there is no market in the US for small Chinese stocks due to rampant fraud. Your best hope is that the Chinese do make an agreement with the SEC and the PCAOB. They say progress is being ever so slowly made. Could be years away though still if at all.
Well, I wouldn't be offended by someone calling me a guy. But, then again, It's fair to say I'm not overwhelmed with political correctness.
However, it is fair to say I have little to no respect for H. Clinton after Benghazi. She was responsible for those American lives and her failure to act decisively resulted in their death. When that attack started she should have been standing on someone's desk demanding that our embassy be protected including getting Obama out of bed, if necessary.
It appears she didn't act in any meaningful way and we lost four people. Even as Secretary of State, wringing your hands doesn't get it when lives are at stake. It was a terrorist attack that could have been fended off if she would have gotten off her tail. Echo, we didn't try to save those people. I find that a travesty. I hold her responsible.
this reminds me of waiting on approval, but it did finally happen. there has to be buyers in the pipeline preparing to pull the trigger. i think we will start to see several sales pr's stacked up.
Left to hold thebag to eat the losses thats what you get when you buy worthless paper live and learn
Sentiment: Strong Sell