Enterprise ownership and control in China: Governance with a Chinese twist Case Solution

Inefficient state-owned enterprises in China were forced to restructure to remain competitive, which led to a phenomenal growth. While economic success, China no first laws to regulate or control this growth indigenous companies, if the Chinese lawmakers had to transplant laws on companies in developed Western countries. However, the transplant process is not without problems and some internal attributes that must be completed in corporate law to match the Chinese socialist goals and cultural values. In this article the main features of governance and regulations concerning the rights of shareholders in Chinese companies and in the process, a summary of the provisions of its own and characterized as the only Chinese ultimately rising analyzed more questions than answers shareholder
by
Daniel Ho,
Alex Lau,
Angus Young
Source: Business Horizons
8 pages.
Date Posted: November 15, 2012. Prod #: BH501-PDF-ENG
Company ownership and control in China: Governance with Chinese twist box Solution

Enterprise ownership and control in China: Governance with a Chinese twist Case Solution
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