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Say 'no' to dual class shares

Such ordinary shares with different voting rights will severely inhibit the role of directors, shareholders and markets in corporate governance.

FROM the first quarter of 2016, public companies in Singapore can issue ordinary shares with different voting rights. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) are currently reviewing whether to allow dual class shares for listed companies.

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