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  • techxpit techxpit Jan 7, 2009 10:16 PM Flag

    Stop indian companies from trading in US. << NOW >>>


    There is not accounting or legal support in India. Books are often cooked, people are bribed to write reports.

    Let INFY trade in India where it belongs.

    Not in US.

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    • Don't worry, Americans don't take consider seriously any ADR including Indian ADR. Many American bellwether stocks are damn cheap to own now.

    • You are correct....Desi companies learned all the techniques from ENRON, AGI, MORGAN STANLEY, ML....and ofcourse the likes of Madoff....Yes, your so called "truthful" CEOs have taught a lot to the CEOs in the other countries. You dumbass, clean up your house before you say to someone that his house is dirty. More people have lost jobs and money in the US than any other country because your system is so HONEST.....Wake up and smell the air around you. Your Bush has screwede up not only the US but the whole world.

    • tech-arm-pit,

      Shut up and crawl back into your hole. Your white brothers in the GOP and in Corporate America completely betrayed you by sending your job overseas, we are seeing at least two scandals a week in Corporate America and Wall Street, the auto industry is begging like some inner city bum to the taxpayers because they completely made stupid decisions and YOU ARE FOCUSED ON SATYAM? The purest white country in the world, Iceland, is totally broke because of their own stupidity and you are talking about Satyam as if you are some kind of judge and jury.

      Clean up your own house before you cast stones on Indian companies.

    • You make a very good point there's seems to be 2 sets of rules, one for the filthy smelly co-liers
      and other for every one else. Case in point SAY
      who nearly 2 months after the fraud come out has
      yet to produce the promised "true" set of books,
      remains NYSE where clearly it can not comply with the listing financial requirements for listing.
      Yet enron was delisted in two days after the scandle broke.

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