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SEC Charges Audit Firm and Accountants with Failing to Properly Audit Chinese Companies

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced sanctions against a New York-based audit firm, its founder, two other partners, and an audit manager for their roles in the failed audits of three China-based companies publicly traded in the U.S.

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