Doing Business in Beijing
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: International Trade and Business in Beijing China. Syllabus:
- Beijing: the political and cultural capital of China.
- The Economy of Beijing.
- Chinese “Silicon Valley.”
- The main economic Districts and Counties of Beijing.
- International Trade of Beijing
- Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Beijing.
- Case Study:
- Founder Group.
- aluminium Corporation of China.
- Sinochem Group.
Sample of the Sub-subject: Doing Business in Beijing:
Sub-Subject Description: Foreign Trade and Business in Beijing:
Beijing: the Chinese “Silicon Valley.”
- Beijing is the political, financial, and cultural centre of the People's Republic of China.
- The population of Beijing is 15 millions of people.
- The majority of the residents in Beijing are of the Han ethnic Group.
- Beijing is the home to hundreds of thousands of Chinese, foreign and Sino-foreign companies.
- Foreign companies alone have employed 20,000 locals (most are young
professionals with high revenues.
- Many top 500 global enterprises (Intel, Microsoft, Motorola, Sun, Hitachi), all occupied in high-tech industries, are situated mainly in Haidian District.
- Gross domestic product of Beijing was double that of 2000.
- The main economic districts and counties of Beijing: Dongcheng, Haidian, Fengtai, Tongzhou, Chaoyang, Chongwen, Shijingshan, Yanqing, Xicheng, Xuanwu, Shunyi
- High tech and modern manufacturing companies have become the leading forces of the industrial growth of Beijing
- Haidian hosts the Haidian Science Park, known as
the Silicon Valley of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
Fengtai District is as a major resource for the high-tech industry.