Revitalizing China’s Economy by Improved Corporate Governance and State-Owned Enterprise Reforms
Margit Molnar ()
Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy (JICEP), 2017, vol. 08, issue 03, 1-23
With persisting slower growth worldwide and in China, over-capacity in some heavy industry sectors, declining profitability, and intensifying competition from other, lower-cost emerging economies, corporate behavior in China needs to change and focus more on efficiency and sustainability. A larger proportion of firms, including state-owned enterprises, should improve corporate governance practices. To this end, fraudulent corporate practices must be halted and State assets need to be better managed. Reforms are under way or envisaged that will help improve corporate performance and, more broadly, deliver more resilient and environmentally sustainable growth and continuing progress in living standards.
Keywords: Corporate governance; corporate debt; state-owned enterprise reform; implicit guarantees (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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