Sox comes to Asia

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Sox-like corporate governance is the new craze sweeping Asia. The global financial market has made transparency in internal controls and financial reporting an essential requirement for firms that want to succeed internationally.

Singapore, Australia, China and South Korea are all instituting Sox-like controls, and others such as Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia are beginning to recognise the value of ensuring counterparty confidence in their market system and their companies' financial

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