If Singapore Wants a Facebook, Dual-Class Stock Isn’t EnoughBy , , and
More needs to happen before city is first choice for companies
Some say change is positive step to luring more businesses
Singapore’s move to allow more than one class of shares for its public companies won’t be enough on its own to lure international businesses, according to executives and asset managers.
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