The Historical Development of the Corporation and Corporate Law in China
This article sets out to investigate the development of the corporation and corporate law in the People's Republic of China. It examines the corporate law and practice in this country. The evolution of the corporate system in China happens in the context of its economic reforms, which started in the late 1970s and which is currently in full swing. This grants great significance to the research on this topic. The article attempts to answer the following questions: How are the Chinese going to shape their corporate governance system? Has the corporate governance system been influenced and will it be influenced by any existing corporate governance theories and practice? How has the system of corporate governance developed in the context of the enterprise reform in China' What are the problems existing in China's corporate governance system?
Australian Journal of Corporate Law
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