By KEITH BRADSHER February 24, 2017 SHANGHAI — Less than four years ago, Guo Shuqing seemed like yet another economic reformer who had tried to bring market-oriented changes to China’s fraud-ridden and heavily politicized financial system only to see his career sidetracked. During just 17 months as the chairman of China’s top stock market… Continue reading
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