The World’s Largest Shareholders: Understanding China’s National and Regional SASACs
SASACs exist to manage government assets, specifically SOEs, on behalf of the state. Anyone investigating China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will eventually come across their primary owner, one of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commissions (SASAC).
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What are SASACs?
SASACs exist to manage government assets, specifically SOEs, on behalf of the state.
Assessing risk associated with SASACs
SASACs and the enterprises they manage are as varied as the government agencies they operate under. Nevertheless, there are a few universal aspects which can assist in investigations.
Thousands of Regional SASACs
Every province in China has its own SASAC, and there are thousands of state-owned asset management entities at the city, town, and county levels.
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