State-owned enterprises (SOEs) have been ordered to hire accounting firms to audit their books under new rules from the government's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission. The new law is aimed at controlling book-cooking, asset-stripping and other irregularities, the South China Morning Post reported. It is also expected to help in implementation of the government's performance-based rewards program for SOE managers, the paper said.
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