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China - The Race to Market free pdf The rise of China is creating both opportunity and alarm. Predictions and assessments vary, but the consensus of opinion is that within the next few decades the world's most populous country will also boast the world's largest economy, perhaps overtaking the US by 2030. Much still stands in the way of the realisation of China's potential, and although it represents an immense market opportunity, there is also a significant risk for the unwary. It's essential to understand the forces shaping China's future before you can make a strategy there. Providing a guide to the possibilities for the development of China, this text covers issues such as Sino-American relations, entry to the World Trade Organisation, the state-market relationship, internal reform, and also the history of China where necessary. It asks the question "How do western business people operate in such a complex and dynamic environment?".

About Jonathan Story

Jonathan Story, Professor of International Political Economy at INSEAD, in France, deals with comparative business systems, in a global context. As the Shell Fellow in Economic Transformation, he specializes in global transformation. His major areas of expertise are globalization, comparative business systems, European integration and economic transformation around the world. Professor Story has worked with numerous international companies, such as Eastman Kodak, La Veuve Clicquot, Dresdner Bank, IBM, Honeywell Bull, Alcatel, Digital, Novo Nordisk, Ericsson and ABB. He is the author of many books, chapters in books and articles, and is a regular contributor to newspapers, such as The Wall Street Journal, The Times and Le Monde. His book: The Frontiers of Fortune: predicting Capital prospects and casualties in the Markets of the Future (Financial Times Prentice Hall, 1999) is aimed at helping business people to think about and act effectively in the world political economy. Jonathan Story received an M.A. from Trinity College, Dublin, an M.A. and a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University (School of Advanced International Studies). Professor Story worked as a journalist in Brussels, and then for the EU Commission office in Washington, for three years. Most of his career has been with the INSEAD business school, 1974-present.

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Author : Jonathan Story
Publisher : Financial Times Prentice Hall
Data Published : 09 April 2003
ISBN : 0273663216
EAN : 9780273663218
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 304 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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