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Starting from early this year, listed companies in the United States are required to release pay ratio figures – a ratio that compares the compensation of the Chief Executive Officer to that of the median employee. To what extent can this figure inform shareholders of a company’s compensation practices? How should companies address the concerns from different stakeholders about the figures?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.