Forney, Matthew; Goettig, Mike
January 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/13/2003, Issue 1, p46
Profiles Shang Fulin, chairman of the China Securities Regulator Commission. Investors in China who have lost money in the stock market; Challenges that Shang faces to impose order on the stock market; Financial statistics related to the plunge in the stock market; Lack of investor confidence in China; Foreign investments in China's stock market; Biographical information about Shang, who was previously a bureaucrat at China's central bank, the People's Bank of China; Speculation about whether Shang is prepared for the challenges he faces; Critique of the performance by Shang's predecessor, Zhou Xiaochuan; Outlook for the Chinese economy. INSET: Scam Nation.


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