Chinese Companies Are Getting Bigger, But Are They Getting Better?

HONG KONG - MARCH 29: Chairman Shulin Su (L) of Sinopec Corp attends a news conference to announce the 2009 Annual Results on March 29, 2010 in Hong Kong. Sinopec, Asia's biggest refiner by volume, announced that profit for 2009 jumped to 61.3 billion yuan (around USD$8.97 billion) or 0.7 [...]

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