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www.coursera.org/learn/econtransform1/lecture/Z76Lv/1-6-the-problem-of-state-owned-enterprises

Video created by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for the course "China's Economic Transformation Part 1: Economic Reform and ...

www.ft.com/content/253d7eb0-ca6c-11e5-84df-70594b99fc47

Feb 29, 2016 ... Cosco is a vivid example of the problems facing China's inefficient and debt- ridden state-owned enterprises. Excluding one-off items, the company lost Rmb3. 8bn ($580m) in the first nine months of 2015. Its net debt-to-equity ratio, at 206 per cent at the end of September, was more than triple the average of ...

www.economist.com/news/china/21614240-reform-state-companies-back-agenda-fixing-china-inc

Aug 30, 2014 ... It is also a state-owned enterprise (SOE), controlled by the Shanghai government . It has seen ... There are two main problems with China's SOEs today. First, they have ... Faced with mounting losses in the 1990s, China undertook a first round of drastic reforms of its state-owned companies. There were ...

www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Wendy-Leutert-Challenges-ahead-in-Chinas-reform-of-stateowned-enterprises.pdf

complexity, and cadre culture of SOEs will complicate reform implementation. Whether these difficulties can be surmounted will ultimately determine the success of Xi's reform agenda and China's economic transformation. central state -owned enterprises. China's state-owned economy remains significant today. State firms'.

www.cato.org/publications/commentary/stateowned-enterprises-continue-hinder-chinese-growth

But serious problems remain, especially in the financial services industry, where foreign competition has been narrowly limited. The four large state banks ... Indeed, state-owned enterprises receive more than two-thirds of the funds but account for less than one-third of industrial output value. The inefficiency of SOEs has ...

www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-08-10/china-takes-on-state-owned-firms

Aug 10, 2017 ... 2, the finance ministry issued directives that state-owned companies improve returns, control risks and make sure that "projects are financially viable before decisions are made." That the government feels the need to spell out such obvious goals tells you the depth of the problem. China's sprawling array of ...

www.chinausfocus.com/2022/wp-content/uploads/Part+02-Chapter+16.pdf

Professor of Economics, Peking University and the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of. Social Sciences. Nicholas C. HOPE. Director ... China's state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have a long history. When the People's Republic ... ment and restructuring problems were painful. The transitional difficulties were made less ...

www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/17468770610704958

Although China has made significant achievement in economic reform and the transition into a market system and civil society since 1978, there are still fundamental challenges associated with the reform of state owned enterprises ( SOEs). It seems that privatisation will not necessarily solve the complex problems  ...

www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/chinasoes.htm

The problem of the state-owned enterprises is like a big, broken-down truck that is blocking the road to development in China. Some traffic can find its way around the wreck but the difficulty that it creates grows with time. People are reluctant to destroy the truck because of the thought of how useful it would be if only it ...