Business Environment - 26 Aug 2021

Guo jin

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On August 25, Weng Jieming, vice chairman of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC), told China to expect more shakeups to the state-owned sector.

The goal? Globally competitive corporates that drive the Party's plans.

Some context: SASAC, established in 2003...


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