The article examines whether and how China’s investment in Central Asian countries affects import and export trade. The analysis methods of this article include descriptive statistics and empirical analysis, which are used to describe the relationship and trend of China’s FDI to Central Asian countries and import and export trade.
In the post-cold war era there has been a remarkable renewal and strengthening of Sino- Russian relations, especially from 2000 onwards. Moscow and Beijing started renewing and enhancing their ties in security, trade, as well as diplomatic issues
How International Students Adapt in China: The Role of Chinese Social Media in Intercultural Adaptation
Recently, the number of international students studying in China has increased significantly. Each international student studying in a foreign country feels a certain amount of culture shock while studying abroad. In order to simplify the process of acculturation and enable
Engaging customers in co-creation activities and making them active partners in the value creation and innovation processes as a new marketing perspective has become a widely accepted approach in today’s highly competitive business environment
The study aim was to empirically examine the impact of credit risk on the financial performance of Chinese banks. Secondary data was collected from five largest commercial banks in the country for the period of 7 years from 2008 to 2014.
The findings of the study are a signal for national governments to establish policies that would either ease M&A in their countries or provide sufficient support for their firms to go abroad and perform successfully.
As part of its National Strategy, through which different actors work for the realization of the national policy for SME development, the government of Senegal is making painstaking efforts to carry out rapid and sustainable economic growth solutions.
Theory of 25-year-cycle Evolution – a Hypothesis About the Relationship Between the Transition of Economic Development Mode and the Human Resource Management Innovation
As we can tell that for China, a nation with profound cultures and traditions, management innovation, particularly HRM innovation seems fairly difficult, urgent, and meaningful at the same time.
The increase of China investment represents both opportunities and challenges for Latin American economies and suggests where these investments should be more concentrated, taking into consideration both continents and sectors.
The findings show that attraction of foreign direct investment, governance related factors and approaches used in the post reforms period are more vital in driving divergence in growth performance between the two countries.