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Privatizing China: Inside Chinas Stock Markets Fraser J.T. Howie

Privatizing China: Inside Chinas Stock Markets

Fraser J.T. Howie

Published December 19th 2011
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Kindle Edition
290 pages
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PRIVATIZING CHINAINSIDE CHINAS STOCK MARKETSIn more depth than any other, this highly readable book lays bare why Chinas capital markets have fallen so far short of their promise. It is required reading for anyone seeking to understand theMorePRIVATIZING CHINAINSIDE CHINAS STOCK MARKETSIn more depth than any other, this highly readable book lays bare why Chinas capital markets have fallen so far short of their promise. It is required reading for anyone seeking to understand the realities and the future of an extraordinary economic transformation. - James Kynge, Former Beijing Bureau Chief, Financial Times, Author, China Shakes the WorldCarl Walter and Fraser Howie bring together a wealth of experience to this complex and deeply important topic. Their book contains a mine of invaluable quantitative and qualitative information as well as an incredible depth of knowledge. It is essential reading for anyone investing in companies from mainland China. - Professor Peter Nolan, Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of CambridgePrivatizing China is essential for anyone who wants to understand Chinas companies and stock markets. no one should invest in China without reading it. - Arthur Kroeber, Managing Editor, China Economic QuarterlyCarl Walter and Fraser Howie combine a deep knowledge of China and finance to provide an unflinching perspective on the countrys effort to build functioning capital markets. China may have wowed the world with its high-speed economic growth and manufacturing prowess, but this book is compelling evidence that Beijings mastery of the universe does not yet extend to the stock market. - Richard MacGregor, beijing Correspodent, FinancialTimesThis book will answer many peoples questions regarding SOEs and the stock market. I think it is destined to become the standard reference work on the subject. - Jean C. Oi, Director, Center for East Asian Studies, Stanford University