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CHINA PRESS: Mixed ownership reform and restructuring of state-owned enterprises
(SOEs) are expected to accelerate, Shanghai Securities News reported, citing Li
Jin, chief researcher at China Institute of Enterprise Research, after the State
Council's state-owned enterprise reform meeting on Thursday night. The reform
will tailor policies to central SOEs and local SOEs to echo the meeting's call
for "categorical classification," Li said, according to the newspaper. The
reform will focus on "defining central SOE's main business" to avoid homogenous
competition, Li said. This move is consistent with China's adjustment of its
economic structure, Li added, according to the newspaper.