Governance Watch survey 2016 sees the first-time entry and success of Australia in leading corporate governance ranking.
Australia has topped a survey of governance standards in the Asia region, the first time the country has been included in the research.
According the South China Morning Post, Singapore came second and Hong Kong came third after leading the survey during its last outing in 2014.
China came in tenth, marginally ahead of the Philippines and Indonesia.
The research looks at fund managers and institutional investors who score markets on factors such as accounting and audit, the regulatory envi
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