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Full disclosure by Chinese companies tested by coronavirus crisis

Online earnings calls replace face-to-face meets, allowing some to dodge media

TOKYO -- March is a crucial month for journalists covering mainland Chinese companies in Hong Kong, as it is one of the few times when board members and C-suite executives gather to deliver annual results in live presentations to reporters.

However, the novel coronavirus outbreak robbed journalists of the opportunity this year, with webcasts and teleconferences replacing in-person briefings.

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