December 11, 2012

Will Accountants Fight the Next War with China?

Patrick Chovanec, Foreign Policy

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The most important showdown between China and the United States isn't happening in the Pacific. It's happening at the SEC.

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TAGGED: Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, China, United States

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