Funding access to China’s private profitable companies urged
Expectations towards China’s leadership to address indebtedness at the corporate level are building ahead of the ruling party’s third plenum later this week. Observers offer different views on how access to funding can be made easier for profitable companies. “Now is the time for big bang reforms, not tinkering,” urges Ben Simpfendorfer, founder of Hong Kong based-consultancy firm Silk Road Associates
Christoph Kober 5 Nov 2013
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