Issues Facing Chinese State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) Reforms
Issues Facing Chinese State-Owned Enterprise (SOE...
Since the Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, government agencies at all levels, SOEs and non-public entities from all sectors have been getting more active in carrying out or participating in mixed ownership reform. This report analyses issues and questions arising from the reform. These include which sectors are to be opened, what type of non-public capital should be introduced, what are the implementation procedures, how to plan post-reform operations and management, and how to leverage Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) as well as how to transform the current Local Government Financing Platform to achieve the SOE reform objectives.
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