Shanghai's Slow Boat to State Asset Reform
At least 30 percent of the Shanghai municipal government's state-owned commercial assets are supposed to be consolidated within listed companies by the end of the year to meet a key goal of the soon-to-end 11th Five-Year Plan period.
The project's aim has been to improve asset capitalization and increase equity levels in company ownership structures.
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