China: A foot in the door - Foreign bankers have rekindled their love affair with China. This time, they say, it's different since state-owned enterprises are subject to the rules of the market. But their embracing of the restructuring story may be in large part about establishing relationships.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2000, p. 58-65
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