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Case study on corporate governance disclosures in the United States of America

The United States has the largest and, arguably, the most developed securities market in the world. The US market includes over 17,000 publicly traded companies, with a total market capitalization in the region of approximately US$12 trillion. Its long history of regulation began in the Great Depression and resulted in the securities and banking acts of the 1930s that have provided the legal framework for the markets ever since.

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
Countries: United States
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