Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan
Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan

'Secret' listed business

A matter of China High Precision Automation is in the spotlight after trading of its shares was suspended last week amid rumblings of "state secret" issues

Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan
Wong Fun-chung, the chairman of China High Precision Automation Group, is quizzed after the company was suspended from trading last week by regulators. Photo: Thomas Chan
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