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Faceoff: Heat Over Chinese Reverse Mergers

CNBC.com
Tuesday, 11 Jan 2011 | 5:55 PM ET

Chinese reverse mergers are continuing to make headlines, causing investors to take notice and, as a result, these special types of mergers have come under increased scrutiny.

Herb Greenberg, our resident stock commentator, has been following this topic closely. You can read some of his commentary here and here.

Peddling Chinese Reverse Mergers
CNBC's Herb Greenberg makes his case against Chinese reverse mergers and the companies that promote them. Dave Gentry, president of RedChip, a company that promotes these products, defends them.

Tuesday on "The Strategy Session," David Gentry, president and CEO of RedChip Companies, a business that promotes small-cap companies, including Chinese reverse mergers, fired back.

It's a pretty interesting and informative exchange. Check it out.

Strategy Session Web Extra: Chinese Reverse Mergers
CNBC's Herb Greenberg & David Faber continue their discussion about Chinese reverse mergers with Dave Gentry, president of RedChip, a company that promotes these products.

As an added bonus, the debate—and the heat—continued off-camera, with David Faber, Herb Greenberg and David Gentry RedChip, in one of the CNBC.com studios. Here it is ...


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