CBAK Energy Technology (CBAK) was the product of a 2005 reverse merger. In December 2012, it was attacked by short-seller MOX Reports which alleged that it was a pump and dump bordering on insolvency. In July 2014, CBAK was then attacked by a second short-seller, GeoInvesting, which claimed that the banks had foreclosed on CBAK's main operating asset and that it was worthless. In December 2020, a third short-seller, J-Capital, alleged that CBAK was faking its sales and likely cleaning it from the accounts via inflated capex. The company subsequently went on to raise US$70m through an equity offering managed by FT Global. Since the allegations were made the company has managed to file audited results meaning that they remain unproven.
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