Punished for a Rival's Misdeeds

R. G.
November 2011
Forbes Asia;Nov2011, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p36
The article discusses how VanceInfo Technologies Inc., China's fast-growing info-tech outsourcing businesses, was hit by a scandal at rival Chinese outsourcer Longtop Financial Technologies Ltd. in May 2011. VanceInfo began the year tipped as one of the hottest stocks, however, the scandal hit the shares of the entire sector. VanceInfo's stock fell to almost 5 dollars early last month from around 32 dollars a share.


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