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In the latest issue, they focus on Open, such as open up China market:
New developments are opening up China’s capital markets to growth-hungry global investors.
China became the world’s largest economy this year, a position held by the United States since the 1870s. See how China’s financial reform process is cleaning up the Asian giant’s banking system, gradually opening its capital markets and internationalizing the use of the country’s currency in Thomson Reuters Exchange Magazine. For more, please refer to Thomson Reuters Exchange Website.
Also in this issue
“Mining the Metrics of Board Diversity” Report
While numerous organizations have undertaken campaigns to increase the number of women on their boards, it looks like there is more work to be done. In fact, 2012 data shows that although 59% of the 4,100 global companies in our analysis have any women on their boards, just 17% report greater than 20% of their board members are women.
Some report highlights include:
- Technology, Industrials and Non-Cyclical Consumer Goods & Services companies lead in gender-diverse boards by segment.
- By region, EMEA leads, with companies in the Americas close behind.
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Thomson Reuters has announced that 3000Xtra will no longer be available on 22 March 2013 (Friday). Our subscription will be upgraded to Eikon accordingly:
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HKU current staff and students who wish to access Eikon may need to download and install the new application from the above Dragon Record.
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You are also cordially invited to attend the following Eikon training:
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