As China embarks on the road to transform itself from a planned economy to one in which market forces play an increasingly important part, the corporation will play a critical role in this transformation. By outlining past and existing economic policies, this article explores how these newly sanctioned corporations will operate in China's changing economy and points outs some of the difficulties which the Chinese will encounter. The article also recommends some steps necessary for the Chinese economy to fully enjoy the benefits of efficiently operated corporations.
Anna M. Han,
China's Company Law: Practicing Capitalism in a Transitional Economy,
5 Pac. Rim L & Pol'y J.
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