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  1. 1. Guide for Foreign Investors into Chinese Telecom Market 慧典市场研究报告网 http://www.hdcmr.com 报告页数:120 页 报告字数:80000 字个 报告图表:40 个 纸介价格:¥15000 电子版价格:¥16000 两种版本价格:¥18000 出版日期:2005-11-06 其它信息: 订购电话:010-64804578,010-51265563 报告目录 1. Management Systems of Foreign-funded Enterprises in China 1.1 Management phases of foreign-funded enterprises in China 1.1.1 Phase one 1.1.2 Phase two 1.2 Main items of foreign capital management in China 1.2.1 Examining and approving of foreign capital access
  2. 2. 1.2.2 Supervisory administration of foreign-funded enterprises 1.2.3 Comprehensive services provided to investors and foreign-funded enterprises 1.2.4 Basic mode of foreign capital administration in China: examining and approving by phase, management by level 1.3 General administration department in charge of foreign capital investments 1.4 Classification of foreign funded programs 1.5 Legal system concerning foreign-funded enterprises in China 1.5.1 The Constitution 1.5.2 Laws and regulations related to foreign-funded enterprises 1.5.3 Other relative laws and regulations 1.5.4 Bilateral and multilateral international agreements 2. Analysis of policies concerning foreign capitals investing in China’s telecom industry 2.1 Significance of foreign-funded enterprises in China’s telecom industry 2.2 Administration laws and regulations concerning foreign capitals in China’s telecom enterprises 2.2.1 Administration laws and regulations concerning foreign-funded enterprises 2.2.2 China’s commitments to open up telecom service market to foreign capitals 2.2.3 Industry laws and regulations that concerns foreign investment in China’s telecom industry 2.3 Analysis of key regulations and policies concerning foreign capitals in China’s telecom industry 2.3.1 Terms from the LAW OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON CHINESE- FOREIGN EQUITY-JOINT VENTURES 2.3.2 Terms from the REGULATIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LAW OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON CHINESE-FOREIGN EQUITY JOINT VENTURES 2.3.3 Analysis of the Interim Provisions for Foreign Merger and Acquisition of Domestic Enterprises
  3. 3. 2.3.4 Implementation of Chinese government’s commitment to WTO 2.3.5 Analysis of CEPA arrangements and implementation 2.3.6 Analysis of Administration Provisions for Foreign-funded Telecom Enterprises 2.3.7 Related provisions concerning administration of foreign capitals in Regulations on Telecom 2.3.8 Analysis of Classification Catalog for Telecom Business 3. Analysis of Telecom Administration System and Policies 3.1 Telecom administration system in China 3.2 Telecom administration policies in China 3.2.1 The policies concerning interconnection 3.2.2 The policies concerning fees and charges for telecom services 3.2.3 General services 3.2.4 Telecom fees 3.2.5 Annual checks 4. Development Trends of Telecom Policy 4.1 Ideas about further opening-up China’s telecom market 4.1.1 Government’s general design for telecom opening-up 4.1.2 Policies likely to be improved in the near future 4.2 Policy trend and influence of issuing 3G licenses, VOIP and IPTV 4.2.1 Issuing 3G licenses 4.2.2 Development trend of VOIP policy 4.2.3 IPTV and amalgamation of 3 networks(Internet, cable TV and telecom network) Part II Procedures 5. Relative Procedures for Foreign Capitals Entering China’s Telecom Industry
  4. 4. 5.1 Applying, examining and approving procedures 5.2 Classification of telecom business applications 5.2.1 Fundamental business and trans-provincial value-added services 5.2.2 Telecom value-added services within provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities 5.2.3 Special investment provisions for foreign-funded enterprises 5.3 Related authorities handling foreign capital investment applications 5.4 Requirements for domestic and foreign parties when setting up a foreign-funded telecom enterprise 5.5 Preparation for application materials 5.6 Intermediary agencies and contacts 6. Related Provisions for Setting up a Foreign-funded Telecom Enterprise by HK and Macao Investors 6.1 Major sources on which the provisions rested 6.2 Telecom value-added services provided by Joint Ventures 6.3 Examining and approving procedures 6.4 Standard of running actual commerce operation in HK 6.5 Procedure of applying for treatments CEPA provides 6.6 Other relative issues 7. Management Measures of Merge and Acquisition(M&A) into China’s Telecom Market 7.1 Issues about M&A positioning, sources it depended on, regulations and shares in registered capital 7.1.1 M&A positioning 7.1.2 Resources that M&A depended on 7.1.3 Related regulations
  5. 5. 7.1.4 Shares in registered capital 7.2 Examining and approving procedures in M&A 7.3 Asset purchasing agreement and transaction price 7.3.1 Asset Purchasing agreement 7.3.2 M&A transaction price 7.4 M&A payment terms 7.5 Registered capital of agreement purchasing and investment ceiling 7.5.1 Registered capital of agreement purchasing 7.5.2 Investment ceiling for M&A enterprises 7.6 The documents filed to examining and approving organs 7.7 Capital-added agreement of domestic enterprises 7.8 Investment and documents preparation for foreign investors 7.8.1 Aggregate investment of M&A enterprises 7.8.2 The documents filed by foreign investors under M&A Part III Telecommunications Business Market 8. Status Quo and Development Trend of China’s Telecom Market 8.1 General situation in telecom market 8.1.1 Overview of telecom industry in China 8.1.2 General subscriber scale 8.1.2 Revenue scale 8.1.3 Investment scale 8.1.4 Characteristic of telecom customers in China 8.1.5 Telecom consuming characteristics of enterprise consumers 8.1.6 Potential of China’s telecom market 8.2 Market segmentations 8.2.1 Fixed-line telephone 8.2.2 Mobile phone
  6. 6. 8.2.3 PHS 8.2.4 Broadband services 8.2.5 Mobile value-added services 8.3 Industrial competition pattern 8.3.1 General competition pattern in telecom industry 8.3.2 Fixed-line telephone 8.3.3 Mobile phone 8.3.4 Mobile value-added business 8.4 Comparison of telecom business between China and other countries 8.4.1 Comparison of major business development 8.4.2 Comparison of gross revenue in telecom business 9. Investment Hotspots in China’s Telecom Industry 9.1 Overview of investment hotspots in telecom industry 9.2 3G 9.2.1 Forecast of 3G market 9.2.2 Operators’ 3G development strategies 9.3 Mobile value-added business 9.2.1 MMS 9.2.2 WAP 9.2.3 CRBT 9.2.4 JAVA & BREW 9.4 Analysis of hotspot Internet business 9.4.1 IPTV 9.4.2 Instant messaging 9.4.3 Online game 9.5 Other hotspot business 9.5.1 VOIP 9.5.2 WLAN
  7. 7. 10. Forecast of Future Trends 10.1 Investment environment 10.2 Technology development 10.3 Possibility of telecom reorganization 10.4 Life cycle of telecom business Part IV Strategy Suggestions 11. Experience and Development Trend of Foreign Capital Inflow 11.1 Process of foreign capital into China’s telecom industry 11.1.1 General situation of using foreign capitals in China 11.1.2 Events marking the entry of foreign capitals into China’s telecom industry 11.2 Ways for foreign capitals to enter 11.2.1 Investment ways 11.2.2 Applications received 11.3 Existence forms of foreign capitals in China’s telecom industry 11.3.1 Joint venture 11.3.2 Representative office 11.3.3 Strategic cooperation 11.3.4 Appearing as strategic investors 11.4 Typical cases of foreign capital inflow 11.4.1 Venture investment 11.4.2 Cooperative businesses and joint venture 11.5 Summing-up of foreign capital entry 11.6 Forecast of foreign capital entry in the future 11.6.1 Changing of foreign capital entry patterns 11.6.2 Situation of future foreign capital inflow
  8. 8. 12. Suggestions on Entry Strategy 12.1 Decision-making analysis of foreign capital entry 12.1.1 Analysis of attractiveness of China’s telecom market 12.1.2 Analysis of entry obstacles 12.1.3 SWOT analysis of foreign telecom carriers 12.2 Key factors of foreign capitals’ successful entry 12.3 Suggestions on investment mode 12.3.1 Indirect involvement 12.3.2 Venture investment 12.3.3 Joint venture 12.3.4 M&A 12.3.5 Exclusively foreign-owned enterprises 12.4 Suggestions on geographic areas to enter 12.5 Suggestions on fields to enter 12.5.1 Fundamental telecom field 12.5.2 Value-added business field 12.2.3 Entry time 12.2.4 Mode of MVNO and its possibility Selected Figures and Tables 1. WTO Agreements Concerning China’s Telecom Services 2. Laws and Regulations Concerning Fee Charging Control 3. Authority of Fee Charging Control 4. Comparison Between Revenue Composition of Telecom Business During 2003-2004 5. Comparison Between Telecom Revenue and GDP in China 6. Popularity Indicators of China’s Telecom 7. Renewed Competing Pattern after Reshuffle in China’s Telecom Industry
  9. 9. 8. Statistics of Mobile Subscribers of China Telecom and China Unicom During 1998- 2003 9. Administration System in China’s Telecom Market 10. Legal System of Telecom Fee Charging 11. Structure of Telecom Charge Control in China 12. Illustration of Procedures in Examining and Approving Foreign-Funded Telecom Enterprises 13. Flowchart of Examining and Approving Joint Venture by HK, Macao and Taiwan Investors 14. Flowchart of Examining and Approving Asset M&A 15. Development of Fixed Line, Mobile Phone and Internet Users During 1998-2006 16. Growth Trend of Telecom Business Revenue During 2002-2004 报告内容 Abstract The 4 years after China’s entry into WTO witnessed a rapid development in China’s telecom industry. Thanks to her large population base and rapid economic growth, China has now topped the world in many telecom gross indexes and has become the largest telecom market in the world with the biggest potential. For a long time, the rocketing growth in china’s telecom industry has been a great attraction to foreign capitals. However, due to the severe policy obstruction and sophisticated business environment, it is very hard for foreign capitals to enter China’s telecom industry, particularly fundamental telecom operation. Entering 2005, as the Chinese government fulfills her WTO commitments, China has further opened up her telecom investment policies. In addition, China’s 3G licenses will soon be released, together with mobile value-added services, ICP services, IPTV and VOIP booming, which shows that 2005 is the best time for foreign capitals to enter China’s telecom industry. Many foreign telecom operators and investors hope to grasp
  10. 10. the chance. With the purpose of helping foreign operators and institutional investors understand China’s telecom market, determine investment direction, and get familiar with the entry procedures, CNNIC produced this report on the basis of in-depth interviewing with related insiders and firms, and on the colossal databases and constant tracking to telecom business. This report deals with the following issues: a. Investment environment and opening-up steps of China telecom industry; b. Procedure in examining and approving for foreign capitals into China; c. General situation of China telecom market; d. Competition pattern in China telecom market; e. Investment hotspots in China telecom market; f. Process and lessons of foreign capitals entering China; g. Opportunities and risks for foreign capitals; h. Entry obstacles and solutions; i. Operation suggestions to foreign capitals in China Content Index 订购页面:http://www.hdcmr.com/js/order.php?id=3279

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