A report released on Wednesday shows that, as of May 2018, over 1,000 companies listed on the Nasdaq have complied with transparency requirements.
The report also shows that of the world 1,001 companies listed in the first quarter of 2018, 2,000 complied with all transparency requirements in the period from April 2018 to May 2018.
According to the report, the Nasd has also reported that of 2,919 companies listed by the SEC in 2018, more than 60 percent of the companies comply with all of the transparency requirements listed in its latest report.
The report by the Nasda Institute for Transparency, the world leader in transparency and accountability, is based on data collected by the firm and other leading transparency and auditing organizations in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, India, Brazil, China, India and Russia.
According to the Nasada report, over 6,600 companies in the US reported compliance with the NasDA, which is the most since the NasDa was established in 2016.
The number of US companies reporting compliance with Nasda was 7,872 in 2018 and the figure for 2018 is 2,664.
According the report titled The Nasda report: Corporate compliance with transparency, accountability, and accountability requirements, it also found that in 2018 only 6 companies in Russia reported compliance.
Russia is the only country in the world that does not require reporting of financial and accounting information on its marketplaces and platforms, and the Nasad does not offer the option for foreign companies to obtain financial and/or accounting information from Russia.
Russia has one of the most restrictive data protection regimes in the region, and in 2018 it reported only 12 companies that had complied with the law.
Russia is also one of only three countries in the EU that does do not allow companies to access the internet or share data with third parties.