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Table 3 Assessing the degree of property rights protection based on each province’s mergers and reorganizations policy

From: The level of decentralization and property rights protection––a sociological analysis of property rights

Province Can privately run coal mines be main parties in mergers and or reorganizations either independently or jointly? Do coal mines being merged or reorganized have equal bargaining power? Is the mergers and reorganizations policy for each province favorable in protecting property rights of private coal mine enterprises?
Beijing No No Very unfavorable
Hebei Not allowed in principle No Very unfavorable
Shanxi Not allowed in principle No Very unfavorable
Inner Mongolia Yes More or less equal Favorable
Henan No No Very unfavorable
Heilongjiang Partially allowed Partially equal Fairly unfavorable
Jilin Yes Yes Favorable
Liaoning Partially allowed Partially equal Fairly unfavorable
Anhui No No Very unfavorable
Jiangxi Yes Yes Favorable
Fujian More or less allowed More or less equal Fairly favorable
Hubei Yes Yes Favorable
Hunan More or less allowed Yes Favorable
Sichuan Yes Yes Favorable
Chongqing Yes Yes Favorable
Guizhou Yes Yes Favorable
Yunnan Yes Yes Favorable
Guangxi Yes Yes Favorable
Shaanxi Partially allowed Mostly equal Fairly favorable
Gansu Yes Yes Favorable
Ningxia Not allowed in principle No Very unfavorable
Xinjiang Yes Yes Favorable
Qinghai    Fairly favorable
  1. Source: Relevant documents issued by each province, including the views, guidance, or implementation of the merger and reorganization program issued by each province, and some by prefectural (county) governments