For decades now, China’s state-owned enterprises or SOE’s-have helped power its economy.
Reforms have been introduced along the way to increase efficiency and productivity. And, now as China continues to surge ahead and become a global economic powerhouse, a new round of SOE reform is underway.
To discuss it all:
- Yong Wang is an associate professor of economics at Peking University.
- Lu Xiankun is a former senior WTO negotiator for China.
- Chris Torrens is a senior partner at Control Risks, a company that works on Chinese business growth in Europe and Africa.
- Marshall Meyer is an emeritus professor of Management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) March 10, 2018
— China Daily (@ChinaDailyUSA) March 11, 2018
A briefing mechanism on State-owned enterprise to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress was unveiled on Sunday, including overall SOE leverage, risk-control management, SOE reform, overseas assets: Xinhua (Photo: Xinhua) pic.twitter.com/1tOLAYHwtb
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) January 14, 2018