Business Transformation in China

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Henri Claude de Bettignies
International Thomson Business Press, 1996 - Business - 225 pages
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As China continues to develop its business infrastructure there is an increasing need to understand current processes of change and the impact these will have on future patterns.
This volume provides a stimulating examination of China's changing business environment.
Learning experts from Europe and Asia present their latest research into developments in China. Issue covered include China's political evolution, foreign trade expansion, foreign direct investment, the distribution system, economic reform, industrial relations and human resource management, economic growth and development and the market entry strategies of foreign consumer goods manufacturers. The book concludes with a comparative look at economic reforms in China and India, China's role in world trade and its readmission to Gatt. The difficulties and managerial challenges encountered by foreign investors are highlighted throughout.

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The changing centreprovinces paradigm and the policy
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From a quasifree market economy to a more
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Contemporary
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Henri-Claude de Bettignies hold the AVIVA Chair in Leadership and Responsibility at INSEAD where he is Professor of Asian Business and Comparative Management. He is also--since 1988--Visiting Professor of International Business at Stanford Unviersity. Educated at the Sorbonne and at the Catholic University of Paris, he spent two years at the Harvard Business School (ITP) and at the University of California (Berkeley) before working in Japan and Asia for five years.

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