Reforming China's State-owned Enterprises and Banks

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 456 pages
This book is informative and readable. It will be of interest to anyone wanting to learn about the development of the Chinese economy in general and the reforms of state-owned enterprises in particular. The data and in-depth discussion presented in the bo
 

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Contents

1 The nature of the problem
1
2 The background to Chinas economic reforms
17
3 The changing role of SOEs
51
4 Property rights reform
89
5 Corporate governance reforms
129
6 Financial sector reforms
186
7 Solving the SOE debt problem
225
8 Early case studies of SOEs
266
9 Recent case studies
302
10 Reviewing the evidence
339
11 Fostering entrepreneurship
370
12 Conclusions
401
References
409
Index
427
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Becky Chiu, China Environment Technology (HK) Ltd, Hong Kong and Mervyn K. Lewis, Emeritus Professor, University of South Australia, Adelaide and Emeritus Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

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