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Chinese multinationals

Author: Larçon, Jean-Paul Corporate author: European Foundation for Management Development Publisher: World Scientific Publishing 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 269 p. : Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9789812835598Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Chinese Multinationals Contents Forword by Liu Chuanzhi Preface by Zhao Chunjun Acknowledgment About the Authors About the Editor Introduction and Organization of the Book 1. Corporate Strategies of Chinese Multinationals Jin Zhanming 1. Strategic Management in Chinese Enterprises ......................................... 1 1.1. Strategy and the Chinese Economy ............................................... 2 1.2. Corporate Strategy in Chinese Enterprises ............................. 2 2. Integration Strategies in Chinese Enterprises ........................................... 4 2.1. The Logic of Integration ............................................................... 4 2.2. Cases of Integration: Shanghai Baosteel and Tsingtao Beer ..................................................................... 5 2.3. Lessons from Integration ............................................................. 10 3. Diversification Strategies .................................................................. 12 3.1. The Logic of Diversification ....................................................... 12 3.2. Cases of Successful Diversification: Haier and Hisense ............................................................................. 13 3.3. Cases of Unsuccessful Diversification: Apollo and Chundu ............................................................................. 16 3.4. Lessons from Diversification ...................................................... 17 4. Globalization Strategies .................................................................... 19 4.1. The Logic of Globalization ......................................................... 19 4.2. Cases of Globalization Strategies: Wahaha and Wanxiang ......................................................................... 21 4.3. Lessons from Globalization Strategies ........................................ 23 References ................................................................................................... 29 vii ix xvii xxi xxv xxvii 1 2. China's Go Global Policy Li Zhaoxi 31 1. China After WTO Entry ......................................................................... 31 1.1. National Goals and Company Objectives .................................. 31 1.2. The Chinese Economy and International Investments . . ........... 33 2. Overseas Investment Policy and Administration ................................... 38 2.1. Developments Stages of China's Overseas Investment Policy ................................................................... 38 2.2. The Chinese System of Administrative Examination and Approval .......................................................................... 41 2.3. The Need for Reforms ................................................................ 43 2.4. Promoting China's Outward Investment .................................... 44 References .................................................................................................. 48 3. China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment 49 Li Zhaoxi 1. China's International Presence and Investment ..................................... 49 1.1. China's Foreign Trade ............................................................ 49 1.2. International Contracting Projects and Labor Export Services .................................................................................. 52 1.3. China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) . . . ......... 56 1.4. Cross-Border MandA .................................................................... 61 1.5. Overseas Listing of Chinese Enterprises ............................... 62 2. Chinese Companies' International Challenges ....................................... 66 2.1. Large Corporations ..................................................................... 66 2.2. Private Companies and SMEs .................................................... 68 2.3. Challenges Ahead ....................................................................... 70 2.4. Chinese Emerging Multinationals .............................................. 71 2.5. Policy Issues .......................................................................... 73 References .................................................................................................. 75 4. The Internationalization Process of Chinese Multinationals 77 Kang Rongping 1. Initial Investments and Goals of Chinese Companies ........................... 78 1.1. Three Internationalization Paths ................................................. 81 1.2. International Vision and Corporate Goals .................................. 82 2. The Internationalization Pattern of Chinese Companies ....................... 87 2.1. Lessons from the Experience of Foreign Multinationals ........... 87 2.2. Chinese Multinationals in the Age of Globalization . . . ....... 88 2.3. The Experience of Overseas Chinese Corporations . . . ............. 90 2.4. Building "Prior Competitive Advantage" versus "Internationalization First" .................................................... 91 2.5. The Acceleration of Chinese Companies' Internationalization Process ................................................... 92 2.6. Lessons from the China­Japan Comparison .............................. 94 References .................................................................................................. 97 5. International Marketing Strategies of Chinese Multinationals: The Experience of Bird, Haier, and TCL 99 Hu Zuohao and Wang Gao 1. Motivations for International Marketing ................................................ 100 1.1. Competition in the Domestic Market and the Need for Growth .............................................................................. 100 1.2. Opportunities Offered by the Global Market ............................. 101 1.3. Economies of Scale and Relative Cost Advantages . . . ........ 101 1.4. Building World-Famous Brands ................................................. 102 2. Foreign Market Entry Strategies ............................................................ 104 2.1. Bird's Foreign Market Entry Strategies ................................. 104 2.2. Haier's Foreign Market Entry Strategies ............................... 106 2.3. TCL's Foreign Market Entry Strategies ..................................... 108 2.4. Characteristics of Foreign Market Entry Strategies . . . ........ 110 3. International Marketing Strategies .................................................... 111 3.1. BIRD in India and in Europe ................................................. 111 3.2. Haier's Strategy in Developed Countries ............................... 114 3.3. TCL in Vietnam, India and the Global Market .......................... 117 3.4. Characteristics of International Marketing Strategies . . ....... 123 4. Conclusion .............................................................................................. 125 References .................................................................................................. 126 6. Technology-Based Competition and Chinese Multinationals 127 Jean-Paul Larcon and Genevieve Barre 1. The Chinese Science and Technology System....................................... 127 1.1. The New China's Innovation System ......................................... 127 1.2. China's High-Tech Clusters ................................................... 131 1.3. China's Science-Driven Companies: Tsinghua Holdings ................................................................................. 133 2. Business Strategies and Technological Capabilities .......................... 137 2.1. Technological Innovation Capabilities: Qingdao Hisense Electronics ................................................................ 137 2.2. China's Industrial Standards: China 3G ................................. 141 2.3. China's Telecom Industry: Foreign Competitors and National Champions ........................................................ 142 2.4. The China­India Information Technology Link ........................ 145 2.5. China's Telecom Vendors, ZTE, and Huawei's Go Global Strategy ................................................................. 146 3. Conclusion ............................................................................................ 148 References ................................................................................................ 149 7. Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Chinese Multinationals 151 Li Donghong 1. The Knowledge Transfer Imperative ................................................... 152 2. Chinese Companies' Knowledge Transfer System .............................. 155 2.1. The Knowledge Transfer Process ............................................. 155 2.2. The Focus on Developed Economies ....................................... 157 2.3. Key Processes for Knowledge Transfer ................................... 158 3. Managing Risks .................................................................................... 160 3.1. Major Risks Faced by Chinese Companies .............................. 161 3.2. Facilitators of Knowledge Transfer .......................................... 164 4. Conclusion ............................................................................................ 165 References ................................................................................................ 166 8. Corporate Culture and Organization of Chinese Multinationals 167 Wang Yihua 1. Organizational Capabilities, Property Rights, and Corporate Culture ............................................................................................. 168 1.1. Tsingtao Beer: International Capabilities and Strategic Alliance .......................................................... 169 1.2. Wanxiang's "Human-Centered" Corporate Culture ................. 172 1.3. The "Basic Law" of Huawei Technologies .............................. 176 2. Globalization and Organizational Structures ....................................... 180 2.1. Stages of Organizational Development of Chinese Emerging Multinationals ................................... 180 2.2. Wanxiang's Acquisition and Integration Policy ....................... 181 2.3. Huawei Technologies' Transnational Capabilities ................... 187 References ................................................................................................ 190 9. Chinese Multinationals and Global Value Chains Lenovo 193 François Duhamel 1. Introduction ...................................................................................... 193 2. Chinese Firms' Strategic Advantages and Limitations ........................ 194 3. The Impact of Western Firms Refocusing Efforts ............................... 197 3.1. Reconfiguration of Global Value Chains ................................. 197 3.2. Complementarities of Value Chains ......................................... 198 3.3. The Acquisition of the IBM PC Division by Lenovo ...............199 4. Implications of Foreign Acquisitions for the Chinese Firms 202 5. Conclusion ............................................................................................ 205 References ................................................................................................ 206 10. Alliances, Joint-Ventures and Chinese Multinationals 207 Pierre Dussauge 1. Joint-Ventures for Technology Acquisition ......................................... 208 2. Joint-Ventures for Foreign Market Entry ............................................ 213 3. Joint-Ventures and Natural Resources ................................................. 220 4. Internal Rivalry within Alliances ......................................................... 222 References ................................................................................................ 226 Conclusion: China's Unique Advantage 229 Annex 1 Annex 2 Abbreviations Tables, Figures and Boxes Bibliography Index 231 237 251 255 257 259

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