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Aug 31, 1995

What are the Options?

Views on stock options vary geographically

It's easy to sympathise with the non-English speaking peoples of this world when they charge Anglo-Saxons with attempting to hi-jack the global corporate governance agenda. The basic principles about the way companies should be run, and in whose interests, are very different in Germany, France and Japan, for example, from those broadly accepted in the US or the UK. To the non-UK or US observer, these two English-speaking nations may appear to be as one, determined to stamp their systems on

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