How the Party makes itself felt in the Chinese boardroom

The role played by the Communist Party committees inside Chinese companies remains murky. Some foreign investors don't even know that they exist.

How the Party makes itself felt in the Chinese boardroom

With a legal basis in both Chinese company law and the constitution of the Communist Party of China, the role played by party organisations, or POs, remains murky to many foreign investors.

Still others don't even know that they exist.

That is the upshot of a report published on Tuesday by the Asian Corporate Governance Association ACGA, which showed fewer than 3% of 152 foreign investors surveyed felt POs had a...

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