This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP
This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP
Robert Jones
Opinion

Opinion

Robert Jones

Disclosure rules make it hard to sift facts from farce

Investors aren't served by meaningless announcements scripted by lawyers, especially when the verbiage hides what's really going on

This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP
This South China notice, published on July 11, left investors none the wiser with its reference to "the relevant fact". Photo: SCMP
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