Singapore votes to scrap ‘one share, one vote’ policy

Oct 16, 2014
<p>Overhaul of Companies Act also gives Provident Fund investors equal rights at shareholder meetings</p>
Singapore’s parliament has scrapped the country’s ‘one share, one vote’ policy for public corporations to give them more options when issuing shares as part of an overhaul of business law meant to ease regulation and give companies more flexibility, according

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