American Dairy (ADY) saw its New York-listed shares crash by more than 40% Monday after it put the brakes on investor expectations for further explosive growth this year.An oddly named company, American Dairy, based in Beijing, derives nearly all of its revenue from the manufacture and sale of baby formula in China. Publicly traded in the U.S. since 2003, its stock has increased sharply in value since last year, when the company emerged unscathed from the Chinese baby-formula contamination outbreak that killed six infants and bankrupted a rival.
American Dairy Falls 40% as Growth Wanes
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