Tuesday, April 10, 2007
China's securities regulators issued new rules regulating insider trading. Under the rules, senior managers may not sell more than 25% of the company shares they held at the end of the previous year. They also may not trade stocks within one year of a firm's public listing, or within six months of leaving the company and may not trade in the company's securities thirty days before regular reports, or ten days before performance forecasts. See WSJ, China Revises Insider Rules.