The Painstaking Challenge of Corporate Governance in China

The world’s second-largest economy threw the rest of the world a huge curveball this summer, with crashing stock markets and unpredictable regulatory reactions. Better corporate governance might help, but the truth about China is this: Its institutions are still weak, efforts to improve them difficult. Inside, columnists Stephen Davis and ...

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