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Time to make changes to the Nine-Year Rule?

This could help address concerns about director independence as well as the broader issue of board renewal.

ONE of the most challenged rules in the 2012 Code of Corporate Governance is Guideline 2.4 on director independence.

Commonly known as the Nine-Year Rule, it states that "the independence of any director who has served on the board beyond nine years from the date of his first appointment

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