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Missing regulations and broken ownership structures imperil U.S.-based investors' portfolios.
China Marketing Media and Obn Holdings have shown profitability in their new endeavors and are trading below book value.
The company's recent investor presentation suggests growth will continue in 2010.
China's recent belt-tightening measures have spooked the markets but created opportunities for investors.
Electronic Control Security is revamping its business model and just reported its first profitable quarter in more than three years.
Several clues suggest this company had a robust fourth quarter.
China Linen Textile has demonstrated consistent revenue and earnings growth.
Asia Cork is broadening share ownership among the company's top executives and board members.
Several filings and insider action lead to positive assumptions for the company.
Shares of this Chinese maker of fruit juices and juice concentrates appear ripe for the picking.