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McAuliffe’s GreenTech Ducked SEC Regulation
The Washington Free Beacon ^
Posted on 07/01/2013 11:21:43 AM PDT by em2vn
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffes GreenTech Automotive took advantage of a loophole that allowed the company an exemption from Securities Exchange Commission regulation.
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KEYWORDS: foreign; investment; offshore
A Clinton hand is in every dirty deal in Washington.
posted on 07/01/2013 11:21:43 AM PDT
“Loopholes” are the mothers milk of Washington politics. Look at the tax code. A zillion pages crafted to placate special interests.
posted on 07/01/2013 11:25:26 AM PDT
by Don Corleone
("Oil the gun..eat the cannoli. Take it to the Mattress.")
Money-grubbing little douche-bag!
posted on 07/01/2013 11:25:35 AM PDT
To: Don Corleone
like ‘waivers’ for Obammycare.
posted on 07/01/2013 11:38:39 AM PDT
(Marx smelled bad & lived with his parents most his life.)
Regulation S was passed in 1988. Reagan was President, not Clinton.
posted on 07/01/2013 12:59:11 PM PDT
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Good to know that but is has nothing to do with the article. My reference was to Hillary’s brother being involved in the sell of stock to the Chinese.
posted on 07/01/2013 1:56:28 PM PDT
Good to know that but is has nothing to do with the article.
The point is that if a law functions the way it is supposed to function, it is not a "loophole". The Reagan Administration put this provision in to enable U.S. firms to compete for foreign capital without being burdened by more extensive U.S. filing disclosure than other countries require.
Hillary's brother's involvement in this transaction is a separate issue. If your point is about influence-peddling by someone related to a government official, that goes on under all laws and all Administrations. Regulation S itself is besides the point.
posted on 07/01/2013 2:04:50 PM PDT
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The comment was about the involvement of a Clinton in the program as it related to China.
posted on 07/03/2013 2:23:05 PM PDT
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