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After agreement: Audits at Alibaba and JD

Following the agreement between the US and China on issues of supervision of listed companies (China.Table reported), the US authorities are now actually targeting Chinese companies. The news agency Reuters has learned that the regulators have already selected the retail groups Alibaba and JD.com as well as the gastro chain Yum China for an audit.

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