Doing Business in Shanghai

EENI - Business School.

Sub-subject: International Trade and Business in Shanghai - Pudong (China). Syllabus:

  1. City of Shanghai: the financial, economic, trade, and shipping centre of China.
  2. The Economy of Shanghai.
  3. Service and industrial sector.
  4. District of Pudong.
  5. Foreign Trade of Shanghai
  6. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Shanghai.
  7. Application procedures.
  8. Case Study:
      - Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation.
      - Siemens in Shanghai.
      - Wal-Mart in China.
Sub-subject “Doing Business in Shanghai” is studied…
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Asia, BRICS Countries, and Pacific
  2. Course Business in China
  3. Doctorate DIB Asia

Master in International Business for Chinese students.

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

  1. Credits of the sub-subject “Doing Business in Shanghai”: 2 ECTS/1 AC Credits
  2. Duration: two weeks

Sample of the sub-subject (Doing Business in Shanghai):
Business Shanghai China

Sub-Subject Description (Doing Business in Shanghai):

  1. Since 1992, Shanghai (China) has sustained a significant gross domestic product growth rate for fourteen years.
  2. The population of Shanghai: 1% of the Chinese population.
  3. Area: 0.06% of the Chinese land.
  4. Top economic sectors of Shanghai: electronic and information technology products, auto making, petrochemical, steel products, equipment, and biomedicine
  5. The growth in Shanghai's service industries (wholesale and retail, finance, insurance, transport, logistics, property (real estate), information, and software). 35% of the total production in Shanghai.
  6. Shanghai contributes 1/8 of financial revenue of the People's Republic of China.
  7. Exports of Shanghai: 64.2 billion dollars (up 19.1%).
  8. The main export markets of Shanghai: Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America, and Africa.
  9. Shanghai is the biggest port on the Chinese mainland and one of the greatest in the World. The volume of cargo of international trade handled at Shanghai's ports accounts: 10% of the total of China
  10. Commodities through Shanghai Customs: 25% of the total of the People's Republic of China.
  11. In the last decade, the foreign direct investment in Shanghai has augmented by 36%.
  12. Shanghai: 276 international fair and exhibits (Asia Expo of International Brand Sports Products, Sports Fashion, or Modern Education)
  13. Shanghai is the most appropriate Chinese city for foreigners to live in (The Economist)

Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation

Siemens in Shanghai China

Shanghai China Wal-Mart

International Fair


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