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Chinese Analysts fined for manipulating share prices
Deng Xiaobo was fined 330,000 yuan while Deng Xiyuan was slapped with a 430,000 yuan fine...

Share prices manipulation in Shenzhen Mutual Fund
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Two stock analysts were fined a combined 760,000 yuan (US$115,500) for manipulating share prices by releasing false recommendations and company news to the public, China's top securities supervisor ruled.

However, it was unclear how much money, Deng Xiaobo, an analyst with a mutual fund in Shenzhen, and Deng Xiyuan, who works for Guangzhou-based Wanlian Securities, earned through their actions. The clients they represented lost nearly 4.34 million yuan combined.

Deng Xiaobo was fined 330,000 yuan while Deng Xiyuan was slapped with a 430,000 yuan fine.

From January 10, 2008 to July 8, 2008, the two published 36 articles on some major business websites recommending stocks they had already bought for their clients. After the articles were released, they waited for the share prices to rise to sell at a profit, according to the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

The CSRC did not explain how the clients lost money.

China bans stock analysts from trading shares with their own accounts.

Source:Shanghai Daily

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Guangzhou - Shopping & Dining

Park n' Shop
Park n' Shop is China's answer to the American chains of superstores like Walmart and Target... Here, you can find all kinds of everyday household goods, personal grooming products, electronic goods, toys, grocery store... And Prices are quite reasonable. There are 3 Stores in Guangzhou: Tian He Bei Lu, Grandview Mall and Gongyuanqian Metro station...
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Pearl River Front
Riverview serviced apartment for rent in Guangzhou. Serviced apartment are located in Haizu District. It takes 15 minutes to pazhou exhibition center and 25 minutes by metro.There re more than 30 foreighers living as due to the convenience and good enviroment . There are also shuttle buses to the airport , HK , Macao. Swimming pools, gyms and foreign restaurants...
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Canton Fair
The Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Guangzhou. The Fair is co-hosted by the Ministry of Commerce of China and Guangdong Province, and organized by China Foreign Trade Center. The Fair is the largest trade fair in China . Among China's largest trade fairs, it has the largest assortment of products...
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