The move by stock exchanges in Hong Kong and Singapore to waive the one-share, one-vote rule for certain companies provide an opening for finance chiefs looking at an initial public offering that will not lead to founders giving up control
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, Norway’s US$1-trillion Government Fund Global, has just blacklisted nine companies, including some from Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Will these enterprises and their supply chain face a backlash?
China’s amendment of the 1993 Anti-Unfair Competition Law is a signal that Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive is being extended to private-sector businesses. Companies should review anti-bribery policies and controls to avoid violating the new rules