Yang Rong, former chief executive of Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd., is wanted for arrest in China in connection with possible economic crimes. Brilliance also stopped trading Oct. 23 because of Yang’s arrest warrant. Another company in which Yang held shares, Compass Pacific Holdings Ltd., halted trading Oct. 4 pending further disclosure of “price sensitive information,” says Reuters. Yang, one of China’s wealthiest men with a personal fortune estimated at $840 million, is ...

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