CMR suspends shares, plans to dispute report
Jan 31, 2013 | 05:24 PM
SHANGHAI Shares in China Metal Recycling (Holdings) Ltd. (CMR), which claims to be the biggest scrap company in China, remained suspended for a fourth day Jan. 31 as the company prepared a response to allegations from a U.S.-based research company.
CMR asked Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. (HKEx) to halt trading in its shares on Jan. 28 after Glaucus Research Group California LLC published a 38-page report challenging CMRs account of the size and scope of its business. ....
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