China's Government Cashing In Again -- Selling $4 Trillion State-Owned Assets


China will sell an incredible 24 trillion yuan ($4 trillion) in state-owned assets next year as part of major restructuring of state-owned enterprise, according to China Business News.

24 state-owned companies went public last year, with another 16 and secondary IPOs expected in 2011.

Restructuring through the capital market is seen as a way to optimise the state-owned sector and address overcapacity problems, according to China Business News.

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