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Titel: Bamboo Network: How Expatriate Chinese ...
Verlag: Free Press
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
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Inhaltsangabe: This work shows how a remarkable group of ethnic Chinese families is transforming Mainland China. These enterprising leaders fled the mainland after the communist take-over and built extensive business empires throughout Southeast Asia. Thanks to the powerful ties of language and culture, these entrepreneurs are often seen as the most desirable partners for joint ventures in China, and they are responsible for much of the industrialization and modernization of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the booming costal zone of China. In the process, they are creating the fastest-growing and most competitive economy in the world, a region that will soon rival the United States and Western Europe as an economic power and compete with Japan for the number two slot in the world economy. Despite the serious domestic problems likely to arise in one or more countries within the region, overseas Chinese business families will continue to take advantage of changing threats and opportunities. Whether as friends or rivals of the bamboo network, it will be wise for businesses throughout the world to learn more about this exotic sector of the global marketplace.
Rezension: Who will profit when (and if) mainland China goes capitalist in the next century? Not American or European companies, despite their strong desire to invest here. Most of the rewards will flow to expatriate Chinese who fled from Communism in 1949. The authors contribute to the pioneering work of Thomas Sowell's Migrations and Cultures and Joel Kotkin's Tribes in showing how ethnic ties fuel economic prosperity.
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