this stock will stay were it is until the fundamentals in the Chinese economy improve. So far no light at the horizon. Go buy yourself a cheeseburger for the $1.74 per share - as long as you can...http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-12-27/china-s-stocks-decline-to-two-year-low-on-slowing-profit-growth.html
"...The Shanghai interbank offered rate, a gauge of the cash banks have on hand to lend to each other, has surged 105 basis points this month to 5.85 percent, the biggest monthly gain since June.The jump in one-month interbank borrowing costs is adding to speculation the People’s Bank of China will cut reserve requirements to support economic growth."Not good - looks like a credit crunch.