Market Maker

Epstein, Gady A.; Qu Wei
January 2008
Forbes Asia;1/28/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p50
This article presents information on the problem of insider trading and other manipulative practices in the Chinese capital market. It offers a story of Chinese private fund manager Lin Rongshi, who made millions during the first wave of Chinese bull market in the 1990s. Lin explains that at present the market is more difficult and the chances of getting caught by regulators are higher but still the practices are rampant.


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