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Interview: Chinese Nasdaq-listed company Spreadtrum Communications caught in accounting scandal

08-08-2011 18:27 BJT

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A number of Chinese companies listed in North America have been under the spotlight over the past two months amid allegations of accounting scandals. Some firms have been de-listed completely from North American exchanges. Meanwhile, many investors have sold-off their holdings in these companies.

One of the companies that was caught in the middle of all this is Nasdaq-listed Spreadtrum Communications, a Shanghai-based semiconductor company that designs baseband processor solutions.

My colleague David Ingles sat down with the company's Chairman and CEO to get his side of the story, and more importantly what this may mean for the future of overseas-listed Chinese companies.

Editor:Li Wanran |Source: CNTV.CN

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