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Chinese firms “going out”: An economic dynamic with political significance

Thomas Vendryes
Translated by N. Jayaram
p. 67-68

Abstract

Based on:
- Special issue of Contemporary International Relations (代国关系, xiandai guoji guanxi, 2011, no. 8) following a meeting organised by the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (中国代国关系研究院, zhongguo xiandai guoji guanxi yanjiu yuan) on 9 August 2011 on the theme “Reviewing ten years of China’s ‘going out’ strategy: Successes and challenges,” containing the following articles:
- Article 1: “From an active and progressive ‘going out’ strategy to its speedier implementation,” Tao Jian, professor and director, University of International Relations.
- Article 2: “Reviewing ten years of China’s ‘going out’ strategy: successes and challenges,” Jin Canrong, professor and vice-director, Faculty of International Relations, Renmin University.
- Article 3: “Why are the political risks of China’s direct investments abroad so high?,” Mei Xinyu, researcher, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation.
- Article 4: “Some salient problems linked to China’s ‘going out’ strategy,” Jiang Yong, researcher, economics department, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations.
- Article 5: “International political economic analysis of China’s ‘going out’ strategy,” Lin Hongyu, professor and director, Department of International Politics, University of International Relations.
- Article 6: “Promoting the renminbi’s internationalisation through an autonomous strategy,” Zhao Qingming, PhD, deputy senior manager at the head office, China Construction Bank.
- Article 7: “The 3L growth method for Chinese multinationals,”1 Fan Libo, professor and director, research centre on international companies, International and Business Economics University.
- Article 8: “Hong Kong’s role and functions in the new phase of China’s ‘going out’ strategy,” Zhang Yuncheng, researcher and director, Centre for Hong Kong and Macao-related Studies, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations.
- Article 9: “Enterprises ‘going out’ and public diplomacy,” Li Yonghui, professor and dean of the School of International Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University.

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Notes

1  According to Fan Libo, there are three strategic paths (zhanlüe lujing 战略路径) for development, which are respectively linkage (hulian 互联), leverage (ganggan 杠杆), and localisation (bentuhua 本土化), hence the term “3L method.”

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References

Bibliographical reference

Thomas Vendryes, « Chinese firms “going out”: An economic dynamic with political significance », China Perspectives, 2012/1 | 2012, 67-68.

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Thomas Vendryes, « Chinese firms “going out”: An economic dynamic with political significance », China Perspectives [Online], 2012/1 | 2012, Online since 30 March 2012, connection on 20 November 2017. URL : http://chinaperspectives.revues.org/5822

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