About 150 homeowners protest, saying the government's compensation for their homes, destroyed by the Tianjin blasts, was insufficient. Photo: Reuters

Tianjin disaster a wake-up call to change business culture in China

Winston Mok says stricter regulation of licensing and oversight of chemical companies are needed to ensure they put safety before short-term profit, to build a lasting legacy for victims of the explosions

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About 150 homeowners protest, saying the government's compensation for their homes, destroyed by the Tianjin blasts, was insufficient. Photo: Reuters
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