Porsche AG says it will not be listing on the New York Stock Exchange because it doesn’t want to abide by a U.S. law that requires CEOs to verify the accuracy of their accounts. Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking previously has spoken out against the new U.S. corporate governance rules and the company released a statement saying the auto maker’s management board has put the stock exchange listing issue aside.

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