Despite its status as the world’s largest steel producing country, China is one of the largest net importers of steel in the world. In response to the World Trade Organization challenges and the Chinese government measures to promote mergers and acquisitions and rationalization, the major Chinese steel producer profound modernization and product mix upgrades will compete with high-quality imports and the demand for quality make steel products such as China develops as “w … Read More»

Despite its status as the world’s largest steel producing country, China is one of the largest net importers of steel in the world. In response to the World Trade Organization challenges and the Chinese government measures to promote mergers and acquisitions and rationalization, the major Chinese steel producer profound modernization and product mix upgrades will compete with high-quality imports and the demand for quality make steel products such as China develops as “world factory” for a wide range of manufacturing industries. Examines the forces that help or hinder the transformation of China’s steel industry from a volume manufacturer is a quality manufacturer.
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from
Wu Xiaohong,
Michael J. Enright,
Charlie Shoa
Charlie Shao
Source: University of Hong Kong
32 pages.
Release Date: 29 July 2005. Prod #: HKU416-PDF-ENG
Transformation of China’s steel industry HBR case solution

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