Euro-Asia: sowing the seeds

Euro-Asia CFO Yan Chuang discusses an elusive chairman and life as a P-share.

We spoke to Euro-Asia on the day that the Shanghai International Evening News reported that its chairman and China's second-richest man according to Forbes Magazine, Yang Bin, had fled to North Korea from charges of fraud. He had returned to the company's seat in Shenyang by the time CFO Yan Chuang was ready for the interview.

We're a Hong Kong-listed company, and sometimes the Chinese press doesn't really know what we are doing or truly understand our company. We must invest more in investor relations on the mainland, was the CFO's diplomatic response.

Yan speaks quietly and calmly, yet a recurring cough makes you wonder whether the upsets of the past 48 hours have...

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