Michael Andrew, Chairman at KPMG, discusses the issues that businesses face relating to regulatory issues in China.» Read More
A new wave of scandals involving Chinese companies listed overseas could hit New York and Hong Kong in the coming weeks as the annual results season get under way with auditors on high alert for fraud. The FT reports.
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