A man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: ReutersA man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: Reuters
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

US should not tar all China companies with the same brush after scandal

  • In the wake of the Kingold Jewelry fake gold affair, America must remember its own textbook fraud cases, such as Enron and WorldCom, and not take it out on mainland firms that are only seeking fairness

A man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: ReutersA man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a protective mask is seen inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building. Photo: Reuters
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