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Going global, prospects and challenges for Chinese companies on the world stage
From www.gasgoo.com| July 17 , 2007

IBM Business Consulting Services --- Matt English: Hello. My name is Matt English and I'm the leader for IBM's Institute for Business Value in Asia-Pacific, also known as the IBV. It's my pleasure today to be speaking with Alan Beebe who is the head of the IBV for China. Alan is based in Beijing, China. Today I'm going to be speaking with Alan about a paper produced by the IBV China called "Going global, prospects and challenges for Chinese companies on the world stage.” This paper has been produced in collaboration with the Fudon University in Shanghai.

So Alan, with China's entry into the WTO in 2001, China as we all know has enjoyed rapid economic growth. There has been booming global trade, increase for indirect investments in China and so on.

But I think we're now seeing a movement in the other direction and we're seeing an increase in Chinese investments abroad. Why is that and what are the key motivating factors driving Chinese enterprises to look at these other markets?

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