Corporate Governance In China: No Quick Fix, No Fixed Solution

by BOCVIP, January 21, 2010.

China s economy has, over the last three decades, staged the strongest growth over any given period in history, as the country moved away from a purely state-owned, centrally-planned economic system to one where foreign capital and private enterprises are allowed.

Coupled with its immense domestic market and a hunger to catch up and over-take, China , to international investors, is a byword for tremendous business opportunities. Yet, the word also carries notions of challenges for investors, as they attempt to capture this growth.

From the perspective of Professor TJ Wong from the City University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the root of these challenges can be traced to one word: transparency. Wong, who is also the Dean of CUHK s Faculty of Business Administration as well as the Director of the Center for institutions and Governance at CUHK, was speaking at Singapore Management University recently, as part of the Ho Bee Professorship in Chinese Economy and Business lecture series…(continue reading)


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