Xueli Huang; Ian Austin's Chinese Investment in Australia: Unique Insights from the PDF

By Xueli Huang; Ian Austin

ISBN-10: 0230298494

ISBN-13: 9780230298491

This publication presents accomplished insurance at the key problems with chinese language funding within the Australian minerals undefined. It bargains certain insights into the access strategy, the administration of chinese language investments, and their luck elements and classes learnt as being impacted upon through the entangling of political, fiscal, social and aggressive forces.

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Compared with ODI from the US, UK and Japan, China’s ODI in Australia is still very small. 8 per cent of the Australia’s total FDI stock (UNCTAD, 2010), even after the rapid increase of Chinese ODI in Australia in 2009. At this time in the Australia–China investment relationship, policy decision-making and public perception seem to be driven more by the likely rapid growth of China’s investments in the 28 Chinese Investment in Australia resource and agricultural sectors over the coming decade rather than by current investment levels.

The following section discusses these characteristics. Chinese ODI: The developmental process, patterns and characteristics The development stage of Chinese ODI China opened its doors to the world in 1979 through its first ODI when a state-owned trading company established its JV in Japan. 2). Because of the dominant role of the Chinese government, researchers focused on its ODI policy development and its influence on ODI. For example, Buckley, Clegg et al. (2008) divided Chinese ODI policy since 1979 into five stages: 1.

Several reasons have contributed to the adoption of this type of entry. First, the mining industry is risky, involving a high level of uncertainty in exploration, but a JV can spread the risks. Second, most Chinese firms have little experience in doing international business, lacking the managerial and technical competencies in operating a foreign miner; these include the Australian legal environment, business practices and 44 Chinese Investment in Australia networks. A JV could be a good platform for Chinese firms to learn from their Australian partners in these areas.

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