Boxes unticked

26 May 2014 By John Foley

A Hong Kong judge says Ernst & Young should have handed papers on a Chinese client to local regulators. It has been too easy for auditors to use strict mainland rules as a shield. But the big problem remains unsolved: how accountants can satisfy two apparently opposing systems.

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