【禁聞】中共黨媒欲上市融資 被指圈錢詐欺

【新唐人2012年1月13日訊】中共媒體將在資本市場上市融資。中國證監會發行審核委員會13號將審核《人民網》的首發申請。《新華網》也計劃年底前在上海證券市場上市。對於「紅色網路」進軍資本市場,專家認為,這是共產黨治理中國的畸形、矛盾。中共媒體一方面拿著政府的撥款,一方面想從資本市場圈錢,欺詐百姓。

中共喉舌《人民日報》旗下《人民網》將上市融資5.27億,《新華社》旗下《新華網》計劃今年底,也要在上海證券市場上市融資10億。「市場化運作」講求的是信息公開,這兩大官網的特殊背景,上市後市場化程度、營利的商業模式以及公司治理上,將會出現甚麼樣的問題?

《人民網》在招股說明書上寫著:「2010年《人民網》的子公司「人民搜索」實現營業收入為零,但淨利潤卻高達3000多萬元人民幣。」

經濟學家草庵居士表示,世界上沒有任何一個企業可以說「我沒有營業額卻有營利」,那他營利從哪兒來的?

草庵居士:「中國政府去撥款,在現在《人民網》要上市,他就是搞所謂的企業化。但這是他圈錢的一個手段,在中國大陸我看到更多企業在圈錢,這《人民網》看來也是要分一杯羹。一方面拿著政府的撥款,一方面想從中國百姓當中騙錢。這反映一個本質的東西,就是中國經濟體制和政治體制是相當畸形的,他不是按照市場規律去做的。」

草庵居士指出二個問題點:第一它不是公平的,第二它完全是政府主導的,是以「圈錢」為目地,並不是以「市場營利」為目地。

草庵居士:「其實《人民日報》是沒有人會看的,正常老百姓都不會看這些報紙的。而且在中國大陸很多人以看《人民日報》為恥的,但是中國政府他是一直在強制的推廣《人民日報》。但是即使上市了,我想他也還是在圈錢,另外,他上市之後會給他的一些負責人、官員帶來更多經濟上的利益。」

美國南卡羅來納大學教授謝田表示,在世界各國黨派都是非營利組織的,中共卻要將黨報在資本市場上市籌資,從政治上講這是共產黨一個新的欺騙。

謝田:「用資本主義方式在融資的時候呢,融資的關鍵點,甚至說,你要把你的擁有權放棄,放棄擁有權,把它換成股票,然後來換取民間的資金,來支持你的商業運作,現在中共既不願放棄對宣傳媒體的控制和擁有權,而且又要希望民間的資本,國外的資本來支持他的運作,這是一個非常陰險、險惡的一個騙局。」

謝田表示,大陸國庫的錢大部分被中共拿來維穩,現在,黨媒在高度爭議中急需上市融資籌錢,說明中共確實是窮途末路了。謝田希望中國的老百姓能夠認清這個事實。

新唐人記者劉惠、李庭、肖顏採訪報導。

The Chinese Communist Party’s Media Goes to Market

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) planned to sell shares
on its People.com.cn web portal on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
CCP officials will audit the Renmin Wang website on Jan.13.

XinhuaNet plan to sell their shares in Shanghai Stock
Exchange by the year’s end.
For “Red networks” to enter the stock market, experts said
is the CCP’s control deformity and a contradiction.
The CCP-backed media takes the government’s funds
with one hand,
increasing its capital funds from the stock market with
the other hand, deceiving people.

Under the umbrella of the CCP’s mouthpiece media
the People’s Daily,
People.com.cn web will sell shares of 527 million yuan (US$90m)
on China’s stock market.
Controlled by Xinhua News Agency, Xinhua Wang website
plans to sell shares of 1 billion yuan (US$158m) on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Marketing operations require transparent information.

After these two CCP media sell shares, what kind of problems
will occur at market-oriented level, in business model operation, and in company management?

People.com.cn website stated that in 2010, their search engines
revenue was nil, but the net profit was up to 30 million yuan (US$4.75m).

Economist Caoan Jushi said that no company in the world
can say “I don’t have a turnover but have profits.”
Without turnover, where do profits come from?

Caoan Jushi says: “Of course the CCP regime grants it.

Now People.com.cn is to sell shares, they make so-called
enterprise, but this is one way they collect money.
I noticed many companies are “illegally collecting money”
in China, People.com.cn wants to get the same profit.
One hand wants to take government funds,
the other hand wants to collect money from the public.
This reflects an essential problem, which is that China’s
economic and political systems are quite abnormal.
The CCP doesn’t follow marketing rules.”

Caoan Junshi pointed out two issues: firstly it is not fair,
secondly it is controlled by the government.
They are focusing on collecting money, but not on
marketing operation.

Caoan Jushi says: “In fact, nobody wants to read the
People’s Daily, Normal people will not read it.
In mainland China, people are ashamed to read the People’s Daily.

However, the CCP regime always promotes the People’s Daily,
they even sell shares, their purpose is to “collect money illegally”.
In addition, after getting shares on the market,
the officials in charge will have more interest.”

Xie Tian, a professor at the Aiken School of Business
at the University of South Carolina said that
In other countries, organizations and
parties are non-profit-oriented,
but the CCP wants to sell their media’s shares, collecting money.
From a political point of view, this is the CCP』s new trick.

Xie Tian says: “With the capitalist mode of raising funds,
the key point is
that you need to give up ownership and change it into shares.
Then change to private funding to support your business.
However, the CCP doesn’t want o give up the control of their
propagandist media and ownership, but want the private
funds and overseas capital assets to support their operation.
This is an insidious and sinister trick.”

Xie Tian said that the CCP spends state treasury funds
in maintaining so-called “stability”.
Now all state media rush to be listed on the stock market,
it shows that the CCP is on death row.
Xie Tian hopes China’s civilians can understand
this fact clearly.

NTD reporters Liu Hui, Li Ting and Xiao Yan

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