According to a ruling issued by FSC on May 29, 2013, FSC may, per a letter, cease the shares of a company from being publicly traded in the event that a public company (i) is dissolved; (2) is served by constructive notice of FSC’s letter which requests the company to explain its financial or business condition or to provide basic information after FSC is unable to effect the service of such letter by normal means; (3) fails to report and publicize its financial statement pursuant to Article 36 of the Securities Exchange Act, or to re-issue its financial statement pursuant to the authority’s request within the prescribed period, and no correction is made within 3 months.