The U.S. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) published reports on inspections of two accounting firms that audited 40% of the total market share of U.S.-listed companies audited by Hong Kong and mainland firms. The reports noted "unacceptable rates" of deficiencies, as the audit firms "failed to obtain sufficient appropriate audit evidence to support its work."

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