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INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CHINESE ENTERPRISES
This essay has extensively discussed on the internationalization of Chinese enterprises describing how the Chinese enterprises have entered into the international market, the characteristics of the China enterprises, and the marketing strategies among other strategies
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Table of contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 HOW CHINESE ENTERPRISES HAVE COME INTO INTERNATIONAL MARKET 1
1.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINA’S ENTERPRISES 4
1.3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 6
1.4 CHINESE MARKETING 7
1.5 PRODUCTION 8
1.6 CULTURAL REVOLUTIONS 9
1.8 BUSINESS REWARD SYSTEM 9
1.9 TRADE UNION 10
2.0 CHINESE INTERNATIONALIZATION STRATEGY 11
2.2 CHINESE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 14
2.3 PROBLEMS THAT THESE FIRMS HAVE FACED IN GAINING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 15
2.4 THE WAY IN WHICH MARKET SEGMENTATION HAS BENEFITED CHINESE ENTERPRISES GLOBALLY 17
2.5 MERGERS AND ACQUISITION OF CHINESE ENTERPRISES IN GOING INTERNATIONAL 18
2.6 REFERENCES 21
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INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CHINESE ENTERPRISES 1.0 INTRODUCTION The rapid increase from Chinese companies is in line with the fast growing economy of China, especially, after its entry into World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001. Along with the national development, similarly also had some enterprises to enter the international market, mainly through to a successful enterprise's analysis (England Finance Times). China don’t have that planned economy of countries like United States, UK, Japan and Soviet Union but it has tried to copy them the one which is directly geared towards the market. Enterprises in china’s economy are experiencing tremendous successive influence of reforms due to their recent internationalization which in turn has made its management panel to change and become accustomed to the latest challenges. China as a country has went through so many changes since that time of Deng Xiaoping, when he introduced the ‘’Four Modernizations’’ that is Industry, Agriculture, Defense and Science and, the China’s open door policies in early 1970s. It was this Deng who came up with the idea of socialist market economy (Naughton 1996: 2). 1.1 HOW CHINESE ENTERPRISES HAVE COME INTO INTERNATIONAL MARKET The state owned enterprises ...
... objective and that is going into international business now that by that time the American market had been saturated due to the many small firms that were operating in the region. They targeted the un-entered African continent which they were as a cash cow and in fact it was. But it is clear here that was it not for that merger the firms could have taken a lot of time before they entered the market and in the same e way they might have finally entered when other large corporations has established themselves in the region. This is the divine advantage of mergers; that the firm becomes so large and able to go international easily, as the case with Chinese enterprises.
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We've got to admit that China's evolution from a sleeping giant to a huge economic machine that would rival those of highly industrialized economy in Europe is a great story of political will. I want to recommend this essay for economics and political science students for its being informative, exhaustive in discussion and authoritative in approach.