^Now Advising China’s State Firms: The Communist Party. 華爾街日報. 2017-08-14 [2018-10-24]. （原始内容存档于2020-12-17） （英语）. at least 32 Chinese state-owned companies or units listed in Hong Kong have proposed changes to their corporate structures to install Communist Party committees that advise their boards of directors.
^China’s Communist party writes itself into company law. 金融時報. 2017-08-14 [2018-10-24]. （原始内容存档于2020-11-11） （英语）. More than 30 Hong Kong-listed state-owned enterprises, representing more than $1tn in market capitalisation, have this year added lines to their central documents that place the party, rather than the Chinese state, at the heart of each group. New phrases injected into the articles of association in recent months include describing the party as playing a core role in “an organised, institutionalised and concrete way” and “providing direction [and] managing the overall situation”.
^Beijing boosts influence in state-owned enterprises. 亞洲時報. 2018-09-26 [2018-10-24]. （原始内容存档于2019-02-07） （英语）. The Party Committee is responsible for strengthening and improving the Party’s influences in areas including ideological and organizational, and those related to work style, anti-corruption and institutional development. It is also responsible for studying the Party’s policies and China’s laws and regulations, and will pay particular heed to the important meetings, documents, decisions, resolutions and instructions being passed down by senior members of the party and the government.