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Learning from Shanxi

6 Mar 2012 By Edward Hadas

“One share, one vote, one board” has its problems. But reform rarely goes beyond tinkering. Something radical is needed. A clever dual-class share system, borrowed from 19th century Chinese banking, could keep managers loyal and stop unwanted meddling by capital providers.

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