China is one of the most popular investment destinations in the world. While much of the 1990s, China accounted for 50% of foreign direct investment (FDI) In the developing countries, and between 1994 and 1997, China was the second largest recipient of FDI in the world, after the United States. The recent agreement between China and the United States and the European Union on China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), China’s already impressive increase FDI inflows … Read more »

China is one of the most popular investment destinations in the world. While much of the 1990s, China accounted for 50% of foreign direct investment (FDI) In the developing countries, and between 1994 and 1997, China was the second largest recipient of FDI in the world, after the United States. The recent agreement between China and the United States and the European Union on China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) may increase FDI inflows significantly China’s impressive already. This case examines the drivers of FDI flows into China and the lessons for other developing countries.
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Yasheng Huang
Source: Harvard Business School
27 pages.
Release Date: 14 March 2001. Prod #: 701061-PDF-ENG
FDI in China HBR case solution

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