I recently watched the 'China Hustle' Documentary (you can get a quick synopsis look on the Wikipedia article if you're not acquainted with the documentary, but it may not be necessary to answer my question below).
Then I read this article-interview by Vanity Fair (Please definitely read before answering the question in order to find and understand the specific statements I'm talking about, while also having some context).
In this article-interview, I was confused about the film-maker's answer to the last question in this article-interview. (Last Question: "This movie felt to me like a preamble for a bigger crisis that could come down the pike at any time. You reference the Chinese company Alibaba and Trump’s calls for deregulation, but you stop there. What do you think will happen?").
Particularly, these two sentences/statements in his answer: "And Internet companies are more opaque." "There are financial structures that are potentially problematic"
These two statements are vague and I'd like to know a little bit more what he is referencing?
How are internet companies being more opaque? Are they becoming more financially opaque in which similar to the Chinese reverse-merged companies their stocks are getting overvalued based on hype that doesn't actually pull-in that much revenue or profits?
What does he mean by "There are financial structures that are potentially problematic". What companies is he referencing? What type of financial structures?
If this is the wrong place to post this, please kindly let me know. Thank you so much for all your time and efforts!