Apparently investors know that. Share prices for the world's largest maker of earthmoving, construction and mining equipment fell 2.19% from Jan. 22 to Jan. 25, but they have risen past the Jan. 22 level since then.
In what has shaped up as an iconically famous case, Toronto-listed Sino Forest Corp. was accused by a short seller in 2011 of overstating revenue and giving false numbers about its timber acreage rights in China. The Canadian stock exchange forced the company to delist last year.
According to the online business news website
Quartz, U.S. investors in China have lost billions of dollars after alleged accounting problems pushed more than 100 Chinese companies off stock exchanges in Canada or the U.S.
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