Tell me what I missed: Your point seemed to be that - aside from the numbers - such a large acquisition without dilution would lend credibility to Longwei. This would somehow distinguish them from the other RTOs simply because they didn't issue stock for an acquisition.
My point was that a new investor is likely to ask a much broader question about the nature of the acquisition than simply looking at it as accretive/non-accretive dilutive/non-dilutive numbers exercise. Why not just focus on the numbers? Because that has proven to be quite USELESS in the cases where management has kept other pertinent, material information from investors.