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  • China's Transition To A Full Market Economy
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    China's Economic Future Outlook If China's economy grows as fast for the next 20 years as it has for the past 14, it will be the biggest economy on earth: I feel that China's drastic improvements over the last 14 years are overwhelming, with their Real GNP growing at a rate of 9% a year, which means by, 1994, China's economy will match the performance of countries like Japan and Taiwan. China's standard of living has also increased, and the number of people who were considered absolutely poor de...
  • Nike's Current Strategy For China
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    Nike's Plan for China Nike and Expansion in China Nike is already a global power house, however the potential to increase sales in China was the topic of the most recent annual investor meeting. One may question Nike's preoccupation with China. After all, Nike China is dominant. They are currently the number one brand with the number one market share while competitors Reebok and Adidas are in 4th and 5th places respectively. They have tripled revenue in the last two years. With 2000 points of sa...
  • Deal Between The U.S. And China
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    After rather lengthy negotiations between the United States and China, there has been a trade agreement reached between the two countries. China has agreed to enter into the World Trade Organization (WTO). This along with U.S. Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Kurt Campbells visit to China in an attempt to mend relations damaged by the U.S. bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade, marked a good series of events for U.S. and Chinese relations. The article also shows that the relationship betw...
  • Pressure Of Chinese Yuan Revaluation
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    Update for Recent development in Chinese Yuan 1. The expectation or speculation about a Chinese Yuan revaluation started from the beginning of 2003.2. Why we say 2003? Because the Non-deliverable forward of USD against Chinese Yuan started to fall into discount from premium at the beginning of 2003.3. Non-deliverable forward is a type of derivative in the foreign exchange market where by the home currency is not delivered (or settled, transferred) at maturity, instead the difference of market ra...
  • Low End Tvs In China's Markets
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    SAMSUNG CHINA TV MARKET Samsung China: The Introduction of Color TV Background Samsung as a company was founded in 1938 in Korea. 46,500 employees are working at six Samsung Electronics facilities in Korea. Although they are at different locations, all share the same goal and that goal is satisfying global customers by producing a quality product. Here in the U.S. Samsung is a very recognized brand, sitting along side Sony, Panasonic, Phillips, Toshiba, Matsushita and other more know brands of T...
  • China's Economic Growth
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    China's Economic Growth Due to Recent Foreign Policies Recent Chinese economic policies have shot the country into the world economy at full speed. As testimony of this, China's gross domestic product has risen to seventh in the world, and its economy is growing at over nine percent per year (econ-gen 1). Starting in 1979, the Chinese have implemented numerous economic and political tactics to open the Chinese marketplace to the rest of the world. Just a few areas China's government is addressin...
  • Low End Market
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    Environmental Analysis External Environment Chinese Market- still socialist economy" huge gap between the stated plans and the actual ability of government to manage and control the economy" tremendous amount of economic interaction took place outside the government's formal economic plan- many smuggling's and piracies- regional blockades- over-employment problem Chinese color TV Market- full production capacity in demand" principal battleground- high competition" Japanese firms: high-end market...
  • Motorola's Investment In China
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    1. Introduction An increasing amount of attention is being paid in the literature to business Guanxi or relationship in Asia particularly in the business dominated economies of the Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and the People's Republic of China. Chinese business relationships and contracts that needs to be understood and worked within to successfully conduct business and management in most countries in the region. However, the attention is directed to the different perspective on the importance ...
  • Escalating Black Market Problem In China
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    Crime and the Black Market in Modern Day China With a population of approximately 1,203,097,268 people, China, who has the world's largest population, also has the world's fastest growing black market and crime problem. In China, crime rates have been climbing an estimated 10 percent a year since the early 1980's. China is a country that is currently experiencing both political and economic instability. Economic reforms that have been put in place by the government have only widened the income g...
  • China's Auto Industry
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    OVERVIEW China and its economy Capital: Beijing Population: 1.3 billion Area: 9.6 million sq km Currency: Yuan Ren Min BiG NP: $4 Trillion (2001) GDP: $7.262 trillion (2004 est.) Per Capita: $5,600 (2004 est.) Form: People's Republic Official Languages: Chinese (Mandarin) Growth Rate in Real GDP: 1999 7.1%2000 8.0%2001 7.3%2002 8.0%2003 8.4%2004 9.1%Inflation rate (consumer prices): 4.1% (2004 est.) Located in South East Asia, China is home to 1.3 billion people and constitutes 22% of the world'...
  • O Our Epo Price
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    Situation Analysis (SWOT Analysis) The following SWOT analysis captures the strengths and weakness within Dragon Biotech and the opportunities and threats that exist in our environment. This analysis highlights areas to be leveraged and points out where we must improve within the firm and within our industry and market. As we look at our SWOT analysis to follow, we are in a sustainable overall position, we have strengths to balance our weaknesses, and particularly our knowledge of where we are h...
  • China's Investment Overseas
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    In business today there are many companies and countries conducting global business. The Japanese, Chinese and the South Korean's are all very aggressive in this growing trend among countries and corporations. What's interesting is the present state of our political relations with the Chinese and our direct investment in them. It's no secret that if we went to war with China over some unforeseen problem that it would be quite a challenge, so we " ve taken an alternate route. Keep them close and ...
  • China's International Stature
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    PRACTICAL INSIGHT What kind of market can attract a multinational company What can a multinational company bring to a new market, to a new country How can a multinational company improve the lives of the citizens of the new market and profit in the interim What kind of market can foster such a lucrative proposition What kind of an impact can a multinational enterprise generate In fact, China is the perfect example. Multinational organizations have long been studying China as a potential undevelo...
  • Alcoholic Drinks Production Market In China
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    Introduction Diageo PLC (NYSE: DEO), formed by the 1997 merger between alcoholic beverage giant Guinness with food and spirits company Grand Metropolitan, is the world's largest producer of alcoholic drinks. Its beers and distilled spirits include Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Baileys, J&B, Captain Morgan, Cuervo, Tanqueray, and Beaulieu Vineyard and Sterling Vineyards wines. Diageo helps stock bars and shelves in over 200 countries around the globe. After earning enormous profits from its...
  • Market In China Diesel
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    The brand Diesel Jeans was born more than 20 years ago thanks to Renzo Rosso who founded the company in 1978. He wanted the brand to be a leader, a company which took chances and carved out a niche for itself in its field. and is today an innovative international design company, manufacturing jeans and casual clothing as well as accessories. It is present in many countries world wide. The company views the world as a single, border-less macro-culture. Ever since the beginning, Renzo Rosso believ...
  • Investors As China Telecom
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    Dear Sir, I am a Chinese student currently studying in Singapore. I am writing this letter on behalf of all the China Telecom users who are abroad but concerned of our Chinese companies. I just learned that China Telecom raised connection charges for long-distance calls to China to at least 17 US cents per minute, which is about an eightfold rise. According to your announcement, this adjustment was done to! ^0 raise the charges to the standard it should be! +/-, to! ^0 crack down on illegal form...
  • Potential Market In China
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    Levi Strauss's tance on continued sourcing and possible direct investment in manufacturing and marketing ventures in China will be evaluated through a carefully set up reasoning process. This process will involve everything from stating the direct problems to my final recommendation on where I feel that the company should stand on this issue. The problems that exist within the Chinese market are based on Levi Strauss' company philosophy, which is based on service to the worker, the consumer, and...
  • Morgan Stanley's Toughest Competitor In China
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    Morgan Stanley, one of the top giants of U.S. financial corporations, recently paired with China Construction Bank (CCB), one of China's four sizeable commercial banks. This partnership is the first ever for China's economic sector. It also marks a milestone toward banking reform. For Morgan Stanley, they are now notorious to be the first foreign bank to have a direct joint venture to dispose of China's nonperforming loans. It will also be China's chance to gain Western banking aptitude and to c...
  • Choose China In International Business
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    The Problem: In the past thirty years saturated markets as well as growth potential have caused many corporations to seek out international ventures. These ventures are certainly logical from the corporate standpoint. They have a huge growth potential, maximize profits, and allow businesses to enter different, usually unsaturated markets. But these gains do not come without a cost. These costs are not financial but must still be examined. In the past international businesses, especially business...
  • Healthy Growth Of China S Automobile Market
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    50 Factors Affecting Chinese Automobile Market According to international convention, when a nation's average GDP per head stands at US$1,000 - 10,000, it represents a golden age for the nation's automobile industry. By 2001, China's GDP per capita is estimated to exceed US$1,000. However, the automobile industry remains bedeviled by sluggish growth. Why? GDP growth rate affects the automobile market. Every one percent of GDP growth enlarges the automobile market by 1-2 percent. GDP increase or ...

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