China’s FDIs in Asia



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Code : ITF0002

Year :
2004

Industry : General Business

Region : :China

Teaching Note:Not Available

Structured Assignment :Not Available

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Abstract: China has been a recipient of huge overseas investments since 1992, with many multinational companies setting up a base there. In 2003 alone, China received close to $57 billion. While there was a huge inflow of investments into China there was also a huge outflow from the country. China's foreign direct investments (FDIs) to other countries was mostly concentrated in the Asian subcontinent.

Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To discuss the reasons behind China’s huge investment outflows and the economic and trade implications.

    Keywords : Foreign direct investment in Asia, Chinese investments in Asia, Balance of payments, Foreign trade, Bilateral economic ties, Free Trade Agreement, Haier, Fiscal Policy Case Study, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Development, ASEAN countries, China National Petroleum and Natural Gas Commission, China Ocean Shipping Company, Association of South East Asian Nations, Manufacturing and assembly trade, Japan External Trade Organisation, Multinational and transnational companies

    Contents :
    » BACKGROUND
    » CHINESE INVESTMENTS IN ASIA
    » FUTURE OF CHINESE FDIs


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