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Mainland China

In compliance with the requirements of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), listed companies in Mainland China are now required to strengthen their internal control systems and internal management through regular review of and assessment on the integrity, validity and effectiveness of their internal control systems.  They are also requested to disclose relevant information through an external audit review of the company's internal control systems and self-assessment reports.  The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) together with Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchange have issued their respective guidance on and requirements for corporate risk management and internal control. Are you ready for these changes?n the highest degree of diligence.

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