It has been close to a year since China Milk Products Group got suspended from trading. To-date, it has yet to complete a special audit and has only released the financial results for the 9 months ending 30 September 2009!. The company's most recent announcement was that it rejected the Singapore Stock Exchange direction for a quantity survey.
Although I am not invested in the company, I have been following the news because I once made a small profit out of it. Nonetheless, I think that the exchange operator has a duty to ensure that any possible corporate mischief is kept to the minimum if it were to be a world class one. As such, I have emailed SIAS and will keep readers informed of any actions taken by the group set up to protect the interest of retail investors.