Congress is issuing a strong rebuke of certain business practices by China, as the House unanimously approved legislation that would ban Chinese companies from trading on U.S. exchanges without well-regulated auditing. If the bill is signed into law, Chinese businesses would have three years to allow thorough inspections of their accounting before the ban takes effect. We discuss the politically contentious issue with Drew Bernstein, Co-Chairman of Marcum, Bernstein & Pinchuk, a firm that provides SEC audit and advisory services to Chinese companies.