Features by Andrew Wood

SEC charges big accounting firms over audits in China

SEC investigates potential accounting fraud against U.S. investors involving Chinese firms publicly traded in U.S.
Posted In: China, Securities and Exchange Commission

Hong Kong stock exchange fights to keep long lunch break

One of the world's biggest stock exchanges, Hong Kong, is also one of the few in the world that stops trading for an hour and a half long lunch break.
Posted In: hong kong, lunch, stock exchange

China, Japan make currency deal

China and Japan announce plans to allow businesses to swap currency without dealing in U.S. dollars
Posted In: China, Japan, currency

Product pirating hits Apple -- and Apple stores

Shoppers and workers at China's newest Apple store were surprised to discover their products -- and the store itself -- were pirated.

Chinese government opens strategic pork reserve

Pork is a main staple in the Chinese diet, so when the price of the meat fluctuates it affects both rich and poor across every region of the country.
Posted In: Food

Samsonite's IPO trouble could impact Prada's pricing

Prada is expected to announce the final pricing for its initial public offering later this week in Hong Kong. But a faltering IPO in Hong Kong for Samsonite is raising questions on the wisdom of setting up shop in the city.
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