With its dual listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange, state-owned enterprises, China Netcom was commissioned to meet the listing requirements of these exchanges. From this first step, China Netcom began Chairman Zhang Chunjiang, a program that sought to fulfill governance practices in international corporate governance standards, the further development of the company’s corporate. The company hopes that its commitment to the development of a globally accepted governance structure, he would … Read more »

With its dual listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange, state-owned enterprises, China Netcom was commissioned to meet the listing requirements of these exchanges. From this first step, China Netcom began Chairman Zhang Chunjiang, a program that sought to fulfill governance practices in international corporate governance standards, the further development of the company’s corporate. The company hopes that its commitment to the development of a globally accepted governance structure would help to understand the capital markets and potential investors that the company was a real, modern society, even with the state as majority shareholder.
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Regina Abrami,
William C. Kirby,
F. Warren McFarlan,
Ning Xiangdong,
Tracy Yuen Manty
Source: Harvard Business School
31 pages.
Release Date: 10 December 2007. Prod #: 308027-PDF-ENG
China Netcom: Corporate Governance in China (A) HBR case solution

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