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Analysis of the foreign investment M&As in China

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Frame of Image IGN INVESTMENT M&AS IN CHINA By ChenFei
This thesis is intended to introduce the foreign investment M&As in China. In order for understanding unique Chinese market, thesis first introduce basic background information about state owned enterprises and capital market. Based on the introduction of history and characters of Chinese M&As market, thesis focus on analyzing foreign investment M&As in many aspects and then draw the suggestions for all the participators of M&As : Chinese government, foreign investors and Chinese enterprises.
Copyright by ChenFei (Full legal name) 2004 (Year of publication)
Dedicated to my professor and my family
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
Many people have given their precious time, good thinking and generous support to this book. First of all, I want to thank the indefatigable staff of the International Education Association – in particular, Moon, Hee-Dae, WON, Gil-Sang, Kim, Gi-Sang, LEE, Jae-Soon. We also want to express our gratitude to Moo-Young Kim, the President of Playland for his moral and financial support. Woon-Gi Hwang, the President, and Gyu-Ree Kim, the Vice-President, of the Korea Advanced-Thinkers’ Committee at the time of the Conference offered thoughtful advice from the beginning to the end of entire project. I am grateful to all my professors in KDI School, for the ideas, research capability and academic attitude I revealed in the thesis can never be formed without you. My indefatigable supervisor, Professor LEE Young-Ki helped me clarify thought


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Title Analysis of the foreign investment M&As in China
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ChenFei

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[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2004
Pages 77
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Direct Investment
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management