China's Impact on the Business Environment

China's Impact on the Business Environment China’s biggest corporations are going global, and they will soon represent the greatest competition for American companies. This course examines the Chinese corporations poised to make a tremendous splash on the international marketplace, what tactics they are using to move beyond China, and where they are most likely to compete and succeed. How the West responds to China’s emergence as an economic power will have a crucial impact on both international business and the current trend toward globalization. Based on interviews with Chinese business leaders and original case studies, this course reveals how and why Chinese companies function the way they do, strategies they are using to rewrite the playbook on international business, and what American companies must do to thrive in the future. The course examines key organizations in different segments of China’s economy, including energy, electronics, low-cost production, financial services, sophisticated industrial equipment, and household appliances.

Course Info:

  • Course #: 4015C
  • Delivery: Self-Study
  • CPE Hours: 12
  • Course Level: Basic
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Advanced Preparation: None
  • NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
  • Total Pages: 214
  • Questions: 60

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