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Economics - Economic Policy | Business Environment and Opportunities in China - Shanghai and its Surrounding Region

Business Environment and Opportunities in China

Shanghai and its Surrounding Region

1998, XXII, 146 S.

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Increasingly, Shanghai is playing a pivotal role in the economic reform of China. Its position is emphasized by China's intention to restructure Shanghai's industry to become a base for financial and commercial expansion. Li Choy Chong examines the business environment of Shanghai and its adjacent regions. He concentrates on the strategic and historical importance of the area and discusses the current infrastructural developments and changes in regulations. The book presents a comprehensive overview and an appreciation of the business environment as well as ideas on business opportunities in Shanghai.

Stichwörter » China/Wirtschaft, Volkswirtschaft - China/Wirtschaftspolitik - Management - Schanghai/Wirtschaft, Volkswirtschaft - Schanghai/Wirtschaftspolitik - Volkswirtschaft - Wirtschaft - Wirtschaftspolitik

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I Shanghai — A Profile and an Overview.- 1.1 Strategic Location and Hinterland.- The Shanghai Municipality.- Jiangsu Province.- Zhejiang Province.- Shanghai’s Hinterland.- 1.2 Shanghai’S History.- The Old City.- The Beginnings of Foreign Settlement: 1843.- The Taiping Rebellion.- Municipal Developments: 1860–1870.- Developments in the Settlement: 1860–1870.- The First Riot in Shanghai: 1874.- The Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution.- Effects of the Industrial Revolution.- The Extension of the Settlement: 1898–1899.- Shanghai Before the Revolution.- Economic Development at the Turn of the Century.- Political Developments in Shanghai from 1911–1930s.- Shanghai Under Japanese Occupation: 1937–1945.- Developments in Shanghai After World War II.- From Central Planning to Market Economy: 1978–1997.- 1.3 Population Structure.- Family Planning.- Female Infanticide.- The Impact of the Economic and Construction Boom.- 1.4 Economic Structure.- Trade Structure.- Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone.- Trade Fairs and Exhibitions.- Industry Structure.- Six Pillar Industries.- Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces.- Agriculture.- Shanghai’s Economic Advantages.- Strategic Location.- Container Harbour.- Highly Qualified People.- Industrial Centre.- 1.5 Living Conditions.- Housing.- Income Tax.- Shopping.- Entertainment.- Health and Hospitals.- Education.- Recreation and Parks.- II Policies and Institutions in Shanghai, China.- 2.1 Economic Development Plannning.- The Planning system of the People’s Republic of China.- 2.2 Regulations and Laws Relating to Foreign Investors.- Legal System of the PRC: Historical Development.- Commercial Law Relating to Foreign Investment.- Enterprise and Company Law.- Foreign Trade Laws.- Trade Regulations.- Customs and Tariff Regulations.- 2.3 Laws and Provisions on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).- The Legal Forms for FDI.- Equity Joint Ventures (EJVs).- Co-operative (Contractual) Joint Ventures (CJVs).- Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprises (WFOEs).- Holdings / Investment companies.- Representative offices (Rep offices).- 2.4 Project Approval Process and Related Institutions.- Setting up a Joint Venture (JV).- Setting up a Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprise (WFOE).- Setting up a Holding / Investment Company.- Setting up a Foreign Investment Company Limited by Shares (FICLS).- Setting up a Representative Office.- 2.5 Labour Law.- 2.6 Financial Reporting and Auditing.- 2.7 Regulations on Taxation.- 2.8 Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights.- 2.9 Patent Law.- 2.10 Trademark Law.- 2.11 Copyright Law.- 2.12 Transfer of Technology.- 2.13 Competition Law.- 2.14 Financial Institutions.- The Banking Industry.- Foreign Banks in Shanghai.- Interbank Borrowing and Lending Services.- Payment Clearance and Settlement.- The three-corner-debt.- 2.15 The Exchange System and Currency Services.- Foreign Exchange Services in Domestic and Foreign Banks.- 2.16 Trade Financing Services.- 2.17 Money Markets and Capital Markets.- a) Money Markets.- b) Capital Markets.- The Shanghai Securities Exchange (SSE) and Securities Houses.- 2.18 Business Associations (Chambers of Commerce, Informal Associations).- ‘Guanxi’ or the Asian Network in Shanghai.- Western Substitutes for ‘Guanxi’.- Official Representations.- Semi-official Institutions.- Informal Clubs.- Commercial Companies.- 2.19 Evaluation of Policies and Institutions.- Evaluation of the Legal Institutions.- Evaluation of the Informal Associations.- III Infrastructures and Facilities in Shanghai.- 3.1 Transportation.- Airports.- Roads.- Harbours.- Rail.- 3.2 Communication.- Telecommunications.- Information Technology.- 3.3 Utilities.- Utilities Development: The 8th five-year Plan 1990–1995.- Electrical Power Supply.- Gas Supply.- Water Supply.- Some Observations.- 3.4 Industrial Zones.- Caohejing High-Tech Park, Shanghai.- Shanghai Minhang ETDZ.- Shanghai Hongqiao ETDZ.- Pudong New Area.- Jinqiao Export Processing Zone.- Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone.- Zhangjiang High-Tech Park.- The China Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park.- IV Opportunities in the Different Sectors in Shanghai’s Development.- 4. Sectional Emphasis of Development Thrust.- 4.1 Development of the Financial Sector in China.- Financial Sector Policies and Development in China.- 4.2 Insurance Business: From Monopoly to Oligopoly.- 4.3 Tourism, Trade and Other Services.- 4.4 Construction.- 4.5 Manufacturing.- The Automobile Industry.- 4.6 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing.- Agriculture.- Forestry.- Fishing.- Mining.- Appendix 1: Brief Case Outlines of Selected Companies Operating in Shanghai Region.- Appendix 2: Foreign Consulates in Shanghai.- Appendix 3: Foreign Trade / Business Organisations in Shanghai.- Appendix 4: Clubs for Foreigners in Shanghai.- Appendix 5: Commercial Information Providers in Shanghai.- Appendix 6: Shanghai’s Three Development Zones.- Appendix 7: Banking Services.

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