The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) has touted the progress of China’s mixed-ownership reforms of its state-owned enterprise (SOE) sector.
The fourth round of mixed-ownership reforms of China’s state-owned enterprises (SOE) are set to involve at least 160 enterprises and more than 2.5 trillion yuan in assets, following approval by the State Council’s SOE Reform Leadership Team (国务院国有企业改革领导小组).
The next round of trial mixed-ownership reforms of Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOE) is expected to involve at least 100 companies according to statements from central government officials.
Mixed-ownership reforms of Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOE’s) appear on track to increase, with Zhejiang province recently unveiling a slew of new reform projects as well as launching an official project media platform.
Recent actions on the part of the state-owned assets regulator have been interpreted by China’s official media as signalling the launch of a fourth round of mixed-ownership reforms of state-owned enterprises (SOE’s).
Beijing is accelerating its mixed-ownership reforms of central state-owned enterprises with a third batch of trial companies currently awaiting approval.