A subcommittee under the Industrial Structural Council, an advisory panel to the minister of international trade and industry, on Friday compiled a set of proposals to revise corporate laws to make corporate management more responsive and flexible.

The proposed revisions to the Commercial Code and other corporate-governing laws are designed to provide for greater flexibility of corporate activities, thereby enabling swift and efficient decision-making.

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