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As in many transition economies, China’s legal infrastructure and enforcement is poor. A weak self-regulatory system and inefficient law enforcement makes it easy for controlling shareholders to manipulate control rights and maximize their own benefit, rather than that of investors.
This new book is the first to address the serious ‘tunneling’ or expropriation of minority shareholders by large shareholders in China’s listed companies.
It analyses the roles of three main interest groups:
These reforms include recognizing the fiduciary duty of controlling shareholders, improving voting rights for minority shareholders, enhancing the disclosure system, and restricting insider trading and market manipulation.