Share transfers to bolster China's social security fund
This article was originally published in Scrip
China is bolstering its social security reserves through a requirement for all state-owned enterprises (SOEs) trading on domestic stock exchanges to donate to the National Social Security Fund 10% of the stock offered at the time of listing.
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