- A loss of confidence in the Company’s bank statements, and confirmation procedures carried out under circumstances that DTT believed to be suspicious;
- Possibilities of undisclosed bank accounts and bank loans;
- Unverified cash deposits for salary payments;
- Legitimacy concerns of certain advertising agents, customers (including the Company’s top customers) and bus operators;
- Potential double counting of a certain number of buses participating in advertising programs;
- Inconsistent financial information provided to DDT and comparable information on file with the State Administration of Industry and Commerce as to certain subsidiaries;
- Validity concerns of tax invoices issued in connection with certain large transactions;
- Verification issues with certain subsidiary tax payments with the local office of the State Administration of Taxation;
- And potential implications these issues may have for the Company’s consolidated financial statements for 2009 and DTT’s report thereon.
Hagens Berman Reminds CCME Investors With Losses Exceeding $300,000 Of April 5 Lead Plaintiff Deadline In Securities Fraud Lawsuit
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