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publié le 23/06/2009
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Finance coursework about the shifts in the preferred entry mode for foreign investors in China. Written by a French native.
Since the official opening of China through the introduction of the regulation on joint-venture in 1979, foreign direct investment has boomed tremendously. According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), foreign direct investment refers to acquiring in the long term interest in a company operating outside the economy of the investor, including equity capital, reinvested earnings and intra-company loans. With a population of 1.3 billion, China has been the largest FDI recipient amongst developing countries since 1993 according to the International Monetary Fund's data, reaching a new record high of $72 billions inflows in 2005 (UNCTAD, 2007). The accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 accelerated the opening of China and its integration into international business.
It is now ranked in the top four countries in term of GDP (CIA, World Fact book, 2008) and contributes strongly to the growth of the world economy. Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) have no choice but to take part in the development of the giant country, entry into China seen as a means for potential growth in the future. It is no more an option but a strategic necessity to invest in China. During almost two decades, the country has gone through fundamental changes in regards to the preferred entry mode of foreign investors into the Chinese market. First of all, this essay will concentrate on the main options available to foreign investors when entering China. Then, this paper will focus on the evolution of the preferred mode of entries and try to explain why it has changed during these two decades (...)
Table of contents:
I) What are the different options available for MNEs?
II) What is the shift between these modes from 1979?
III) Why these shifts?
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