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fairly   2/17/2011 1:04:38 AM
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fairly   2/14/2011 6:31:41 AM
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fairly   2/14/2011 6:18:27 AM
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fairly   2/14/2011 6:17:48 AM
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docdivakar   2/6/2011 6:33:25 PM
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This seems to be a case of "pay to play" for Maxwell (not to mention the technology transfer requirement that China imposes on foreign companies). It looks like Maxwell has to stick around for a while in China to see any money from their Shanghai dreams! MP Divakar

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bobbytsai   2/4/2011 3:37:43 PM
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must be joking ... if you don't bribe in china, good luck getting anything done. SEC might as well fine US companies for not shipping jobs overseas.

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DrQuine   2/3/2011 10:05:00 PM
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Maxwell's corporate reputation has been broadly tarnished by this revelation even though they didn't necessarily approve of the bribes. What mechanism prevents the misbehaving employees from moving to a new employer and repeating the process?

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EVVJSK0   2/3/2011 8:08:16 PM
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It is probable that they failed to bribe THE RIGHT Chinese Officials

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BalaLak   2/3/2011 3:27:52 PM
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Is this just the tip of the iceberg? Are there more companies that have done/are doing this?

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dirk.bruere   2/3/2011 4:44:26 AM
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Lets hope Maxwell have turned over the names of those officials who took bribes to the CCP

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