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China’s SOE Reforms: What the Latest Round of Reforms Mean for the Market

China’s SOE Reforms: What the Latest Round of Reforms Mean for the Market

China’s SOE Reforms: What the Latest Round of Reforms Mean for the Market Written by: Zoey Ye Zhang, Asia Briefing, Dezan Shira & Associates The latest round of China’s SOE reforms covers topics like “SOE classification”, “capital assets management”, “mixed ownership reform”, and “Party leadership”. China Briefing looks at these developments to help you understand how they might impact the market. The reform of Chinese state-owned and state-holding enterprises (SOEs) has taken place for over four decades. It remains the core element of China’s economic reform process, but the official thinking regarding how they should be implemented has...

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