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Exclusive: The future of China's state-owned sector

03-06-2014 13:39 BJT Special Report: 2014 NPC & CPPCC Sessions |

The health of the Chinese economy is vital for the global economy as a whole, particularly as Chinese companies continue to invest abroad. State owned enterprises are a major part of that equation. Sinopec is one of China’s biggest SOEs and chairman of the board, Fu Chengyu, is known as a tough negotiator, who understands the mutual benefits of overseas investments.

He’s also a CPPCC member, and CCTV anchor Tian Wei has been speaking to him, on the sidelines of China’s political meetings.

Fu Chengyu, Sinopec board chairman.

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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