British and Chinese-American corporate investigators Peter Humphrey and Yu Yingzeng were found...
by Liu Yong | Jan 17, 2009
From Economic Observer Online: On Dec 18, employees from Dawu Group gathered in the auditorium of Xushui Middle School to elect the company’s new board of directors. This was already the third such board election since Sun...
by Sophia Cao | Jun 29, 2006
From Forbes: Beijing is also trying to pull off a delicate balancing act: imposing the disciplines of the market on management while keeping policy control of its national and local champions firmly in trusted hands. This has led to the creation of a hybrid group structure, not dissimilar to the industrial groupings that underpinned Japan […]
by Mo Ming | Apr 16, 2006
From the Financial Times (link) The development of China’s capital markets will continue to trail its strong economic growth until there is a radical improvement in corporate governance standards, according to a survey of the region’s most powerful investors. Institutional investors in China say the lack of independent directors, byzantine share-ownership structures and poor regulations […]
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