April 25, 2012 Headlines: Hollywood goes to China, SEC charges fraud on Chinese companies, foreclosures become rentals
U.S. regulators are investigating major U.S. movie studios' dealings with China, including potentially inappropriate payments and dealings with certain government officials.
China has stepped up its campaign to clamp down on the Internet.
New trend in a tough economy: foreclosed houses being turned into rentals.
Foreign investors in Chinese companies find they are victims of fraud-- their shares may be worthless.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sues Chinese companies listed in the United States for fraud.
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