China’s Internet companies are delaying listings in the US and for good reason, business analyst Shaun Rein explains in the US-edition of the China Daily. Negative sentiments rule even among the often too optimistic US investors when they look at China.Read More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr US investors should be very cautious spending their money on Chinese companies like bookseller Dangdang or video hosting company Youku who have no clear business model or otherwise a hard time to show a profit, warns Shaun Rein in this debate on CNBC. WhileRead More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Import into China is growing, the Renminbi might slight appreciate after the Christmas shopping is done and the government is addressing overheating in real estate, tells Shaun Rein Bloomberg. But the real problem is the China IPO bubble developing in the US. (Clip atRead More →

Amy Sommers by Fantake via Flickr China stocks are hot at the US markets, whether they go IPO or through merging a shell, while class action law suits against Chinese companies go up. Shanghai-based lawyer Amy Sommers looks in Forbes at the risks for investors. Are US investors in ChinaRead More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Derided as the eternal bull on China, Shaun Rein now warns US investors (and others) in Forbes against a dangerous bubble emerging from China: the IPO hype from anything coming from China, including video hosting companies Youku and Tudou. A mania about China hasRead More →

Paul Gillis is a leading expert on accounting and auditing issues in China. As a retired partner at PWC (1976-2004) he teaches accounting, auditing and finance at the Guanghua School of Management at Peking university since 1997. He travels from Beijing.Read More →