Foreign Investment in China

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: Foreign direct investment (FDI) in China. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to foreign direct investment (FDI) in China.
  2. Investment environment in China.
  3. Sectors for investing.
  4. Tips for investing.
  5. Project set-up.
  6. Investment costs and procedures.
  7. Case Study: Wal-Mart in China
Sub-subject “FDI in China” is studied...
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Asia, Pacific, and BRICS Countries
  2. Course Business in China
  3. Professional Doctorate in Business in Asia

Languages of study: En or Es China Fr China Pt China

Credits of the sub-subject “Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China”: 0.5 ECTS

国际贸易

Doing Business China

Sub-Subject Description (Foreign Direct Investment FDI in China):

  1. Foreign direct investment in China: 383 billion USD
  2. The People's Republic of China has become a favourable foreign direct investment destiny for multinationals.
  3. 122 mainland companies had been listed on the stock market of Hong Kong
  4. The People's Republic of China successfully took over the new-found international manufacturing industry.
  5. China detained the chance of manufacturing restructuring and global shift and attracted a great deal of foreign direct investment (FDI), making China a significant production base in the World.
  6. With the full implementation of China's World Trade Organisation engagements, apparent progress has been made in the service industry in the opening up.
  7. 71 foreign banks from twenty countries have set up 238 business operative institutions in China.
  8. Near ten Chinese-invested Commercial banks including China Construction Bank, Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China have brought in a large strategic investments, and China Construction Bank and Bank of Communications were successfully listed abroad.
  9. On the basis of the World Trade Organisation engagements, the insurance industry has been opened to foreign-invested insurance companies in all regions and all business excluding related statutory insurances.

Top sectors for investment:

  1. Agrifood
  2. The industrial products
  3. Consumer Products
  4. Automotive components (Shanghai boasts the presence of important centres of the production of General Motors, Volkswagen, and Renault)
  5. Environment (financing and management of environmental projects, the export of equipment, and environmental technology, in particular for the treatment of wastewater and solid waste)
  6. Services
  7. Tourism (recent signing of an agreement between China and the European Union to speeding up processing of tourist visas to Europe opens up numerous possibilities)

Sample of the sub-subject Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China:
China investment

Master in International Business Chinese students

Chinese economy - China transport ports - Customs - Beijing - Shanghai - Pearl River Delta - Shenzhen.


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