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FDI in China: Contributions to Growth, Restructuring and Competitiveness
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Authors: Xiaojuan, Jiang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) 
Book Description:
By the early 21st century, the FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) sector had carved out a major niche in the Chinese economy and exerted a remarkable impact on the nationís economic growth, industrial restructuring and its degree of integration with the global economy. The major role of the FDI sector manifests itself in many aspects, such as serving as a source of funds, improving investment efficiency, boosting output, introducing advanced technology and research capacities, ameliorating the industrial structure, expanding exports, upgrading the export commodity mix, and promoting economic restructuring. All these are described and analyzed in great detail in this book.
The last few chapters of the book feature the authorís prognostications of the key areas where FDI is to be solicited and the salient features of what China will do in this respect. FDI will continue its massive flow into the Chinese manufacturing industry and play an active role in turning China into a global manufacturing centre for a number of industries. The FDI inflow in the service industry will surge in a sustained fashion, thereby raising its efficiency and improving the services offered. In the last section of the book the author presents her idea about the emphasis and trends of the Chinese government when adapting its policies governing foreign investment to an increasingly open economy, and ponders what administrative policies and measures will be taken in this regard.

Table of Contents:
Preface;

Chapter One. FDI: Outside Financial Source and Improving Investment Quality;

Chapter Two. Contributions of Foreign-Invested Enterprises to Industrial and GDP Growths in China;

Chapter Three. Transnational Investment, Technological Progress and Industrial Upgrading;

Chapter Four. Contributions of Foreign-Invested Enterprises to Exports;

Chapter Five. Geographical Distribution of FDI and Its Impact on Local Economy;

Chapter Six. Foreign-Invested Enterprises on the Capital Market;

Chapter Seven. Transnational Investment, Market Structure and Changes of Competitive Behaviors of Foreign-Invested Enterprises;

Chapter Eight. Two Controversial Issues in Utilizing FDI: Foreign-Invested Enterprisesí Contributions to Tax Revenue and Net Exports;

Chapter Nine. Accession to WTO: Improved Investment Environment and Enhanced Appeals;

Chapter Ten. Investment Trend and New Features of Foreign Capital in the Manufacturing Industry ;

Chapter Eleven. Foreign Investment in Service Sector: Trends and Salient Features;

Chapter Twelve. Promoting Reform by Opening Up: Involving Foreign Investment in Restructuring State-owned Enterprises;

Chapter Thirteen. Prospects of Foreign Investment and the Sustained Growth of the Chinese Economy;

Related Statistics;

Bibliography;

About the Author

Index.

   Series:
      China in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 1-59033-894-4
   Status: AV
  
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