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SEC halts suspicious billion-dollar B.C. stock

An essentially worthless Vancouver-based bulletin board company with a controversial Burmese businessman working behind the scenes has been halted by U.S. regulators after its stock market value rocketed to more than $1 billion US.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission halted trading in Future Canada China Environment Inc. last week after the stock soared from pennies in September to a high of $28.50 US on Jan. 21.
The company is nominally based in Bellingham, Wash., but its president is Jessica Chiang, a Vancouver-based mutual fund salesperson.
The company has negligible assets and no operating business. Its stock price ostensibly jumped on strength of a proposed merger with a company that appears to be connected to Michael Hua Hu, a former Burmese businessman now living in Vancouver.
But little information has been released about the merger candidate. It appears that the stock, which is under tight control, is not being driven by public demand, but rather it is being manipulated by persons unknown.
Future Canada was incorporated in Nevada in February 2008. Two months later, the company filed a prospectus with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The prospectus lists Hsi Chun Chiang, also known as Jessica Chiang, as the company's sole officer and director. Her address is given as 437-114 Magnolia Street in Bellingham, but this is simply a mail drop. She actually lives in Vancouver.
The prospectus notes that Chiang formerly served as vice-president of Maple Leaf Reforestation Inc., a Calgary-based company that trades on the TSX Venture Exchange.
Curiously, it makes no mention of her principal vocation. For the past 12 years, she has been registered in B.C. as a mutual fund salesperson. Since 2005, she has worked at the Vancouver branch of Portfolio Strategies Corp., a Calgary-based investment advisory firm.

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