No matter Western media or Moriarty, their vague accusations lack evidence. When Washington used such accusation as a bargaining chip, its purpose was to sway voters by accusing the Chinese mainland of interference. The head of a pro-China political party that supports Zhang was also charged with using Chinese money to assist her campaign. Reports in October indicated Taiwanese intelligence is concerned about Chinese influence with two leading Taiwanese media firms.
Chapter I General Provisions Article 1 This Law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution of the People's Republic of China in order to meet the needs of establishing a modern enterprise system, to standardize the organization and activities of companies, to protect the legitimate rights and interests of companies, shareholders and creditors, to maintain social and economic order and to promote the development of the socialist market economy.
Article 3 A "limited liability company" or "joint stock limited company" is an enterprise legal person. In the case of a limited liability company, shareholders shall assume liability towards the company to the extent of their respective capital contributions, and the company shall be liable for its debts to the extent of all its assets.
In the case of a joint stock limited company, its total capital shall be divided into equal shares, shareholders shall assume liability towards the company to the extent of their respective shareholdings, and the company shall be liable for its debts to the extent of all its assets.
Article 4 The shareholders of a company shall, in their capacity of contributors of capital, enjoy such rights of owners as benefiting from assets of the company, making major decisions and selecting managerial personnel in accordance with the amount of their respective capital investment in the company.
A company shall enjoy the right to the entire property of the legal person formed by the investments of the shareholders and shall possess civil rights and bear the civil liabilities in accordance with the law.
The ownership of State-owned assets in a company shall vest in the State. Article 5 A company shall, with all its legal person assets, operate independently and be responsible for its own profits and losses according to law.
A company shall, under the macro-adjustment and control of the State, organize its production and operation independently in accordance with market demand for the purpose of raising economic benefits and labour productivity and maintaining and increasing the value of its assets.
Article 6 An internal management mechanism shall be implemented within companies, which is characterized by clear definition of powers and responsibilities, scientific management and combination of encouragement and restraint.
Article 7 State-owned enterprises restructured to form companies must transform their operating mechanism, gradually produce an inventory of their assets and verify their funds, delimit their property rights, clear off their claims and debts, evaluate their assets and establish a standard internal management mechanism in accordance with the conditions and requirements set by laws, administrative rules and regulations.
Article 8 Incorporation of limited liability companies or joint stock limited companies must meet the conditions stipulated by the present Law. Companies meeting the conditions set by this Law shall be registered as limited liability companies or joint stock limited companies; while companies failing to meet the conditions set by this Law shall not be registered as limited liability companies or joint stock limited companies.
Where laws or administrative rules and regulations provide that incorporation of companies must be subject to examination and approval, the procedures of examination and approval shall be completed according to law prior to the registration of such companies.
Article 9 A limited liability company established according to this Law must clearly indicate the words "limited liability company" in its name. A joint stock limited company established according to this Law must clearly indicate the words "joint stock limited company" in its name.
Article 11 Articles of association must be formulated in accordance with this Law when a company is incorporated. Companies shall engage in business activities within their registered scope of business.
A company may change its scope of business by amending its articles of association in accordance with statutory procedures and making such amendments registered with the Company Registration Authority.
Article 12 A company may invest in other limited liability companies or joint stock limited companies and shall assume liability towards the company so invested in to the extent of such capital contributions.
In case a company, other than an investment company or a holding company as specified by the State Council, invests in other limited liability companies or joint stock limited companies, the aggregated amount of such investments shall not exceed fifty percent of its net assets; after the initial investment, the increase therein resulting from capitalization of the profit derived from the company invested in shall not be included.
Article 13 A company may establish branches, which shall not possess the status of enterprise legal persons and whose civil liabilities shall be borne by the company. A company may establish subsidiaries, which shall possess the status of enterprise legal perons, and shall independently bear civil liabilities according to law.
Article 14 A company must, when engaging in business activities, abide by the law, observe professional ethics, strengthen the construction of socialist culture and ideology and accept supervision of the government and the public.
The legitimate rights and interests of companies shall be protected by the law and shall be inviolable. Article 15 Companies must protect the lawful rights and interests of their staff and workers, and strengthen labour protection so as to achieve safety in production.
Companies shall apply various forms to strengthen professional education and on-the-job training of their staff and workers so as to improve their quality.
The company shall provide its trade union with conditions necessary for carrying out its activities. Article 17 The grass-root organizations of the Communist Party of China in companies shall carry out their activities in accordance with the Constitution of the Communist Party of China.
Article 18 The present Law shall apply to limited liability companies with foreign investment. Where laws concerning Chinese-foreign equity joint ventures, Chinese-foreign contractual joint ventures and foreign-capital enterprises provides otherwise, such provision shall prevail.What was at first a trade skirmish – with US President Donald Trump imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum – appears to be quickly morphing into a full-scale trade war with China.
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