Eugenia Shi-Chia Chang
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In the late 1980s and early 1990s, she was the president of China Garments Manufacturing (now CGM Group), which opened the first Taiwan-owned plant in the South African homeland of Ciskei. CGM Group was, by about 2003, based in South Africa and operates several large apparel production plants in Lesotho and in Dimbaza, with Chang as senior executive. It appears that Chang is no longer the owner of CGM Group.
In 2004, Chang was the spokesperson on trade and industry for the Inkatha Freedom Party. In 2005, she declared to the Parliament remunerated employment outside Parliament at these employers, all in the manufacturing sector: United Clothing (Pty) Ltd, CGM Industrial (Pty) Ltd, and Presitex Enterprises (Pty) Ltd. She also declared a residential property of 200m² in Bisho.
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- Introductory Remarks by Paul Ryberg at AGOA Forum Workshop on End of the MFA, Tuesday, December 9, 2003, 9:00 pm: mentions Eugenia Chang
- Inkatha press release (28 October 2004): IFP says that Black Economic Empowerment cannot be tailor-made for the elite
- Members' Interests: Parliament of the Republic of South Africa (2005)
- Who's Who in Southern Africa: Professor Eugenia CHANG
Journalism mentioning Chang
- Free China Journal (1991): mentions Eugenia Chang
- Mail and Guardian: Minister says 290 000 pirate DVDs seized. 4 October 2004
- Pursuit magazine (April/May 2005): mentions Eugenia Chang as the former owner of China Garments
- Business Report: China, SA ink clothing and textile trade deal. June 22, 2006
- Fin24: State disowns Proudly SA. June 21, 2007