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8896.34 - Sem: Doing Business in China
Professor: Daniel C.K. Chow
Semester: 2013 Spring
Second Writing Requirement? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
This seminar will examine how multinational companies (MNCs) do business on the ground in China. The course will examine how MNCs set up a wholly or partially owned subsidiary in China, such as a wholly foreign owned enterprise or a joint venture. We will also examine most of the major issues for MNCs that have set up operations in China: corporate reorganizations and mergers and acquisitions; labor and employment; technology transfer and intellectual property; real estate; and tax issues. The course will also look at recent political and economic issues in China and the effect of culture on doing business in China.
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