This chapter examines the recent history in the Chinese legal and regulatory reforms of SOE governance from the perspective of China’s state-led approach to economic development. In doing so, the term ‘corporate law’ is used in its broadest sense to include not only corporations legislation, but also relevant administrative regulations and guidelines, as well as Party/government policy documents, as these form an integral part of the regulatory framework for SOE governance in China.
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