Country Profile & Business
Environment Project
• Brief Historical, Geographical and Natural Resources
• Political & Regional Economic Integration Factors
• Brief Demogra...
 Prehistory
 Paleolithic
 Neolithic
 Bronze Age
 Ancient era
 Xia Dynasty
 Shang Dynasty
 Zhou Dynasty
 Spring an...
 Capital:
 Beijing
 Area:
 total: 9,596,960 sq km
land: 9,326,410 sq km
water: 270,550 sq km
mostly mountains, high pl...
 Coal
 Iron ore
 Petroleum
 Natural gas
 Mercury
 Tin
 Led
 Zinc
 Uranium
Chinas hydropower potential is the larg...
• Leaders:
• President HU Jintao
• Vice President XI Jinping
• 1945
• Republic of China was one of
the founding members of...
 Governments economic
development
challenges:
• sustain adequate job
growth
• reduce corruption and
other economic crimes...
 Population:
 1,321,851,888
 Ethnic Groups:
 Han
 Zhuang
 Uygurr
 Hui
 Yi
 Tibetan
 Language:
 Sino-Tibetan
 R...
 China ranks #4 on the top
10 list for Largest National
Economies according to
GDP.
 China’s per capita income
grows at ...
 Agriculture and Industry play an
important role in China’s
economy.
 Together they make up 70% of
the labor force and p...
 Labor productivity has grown:
 17%
 Telecommunication has grown:
 20%
 Two largest Mobile companies:
 1.China Mobil...
 History
 People’s Republic of China
 Administrative Divisions:
 23 provinces
 5 autonomous regions
 4 municipalitie...
 The Chinese market is a
highly preferred market.
 The worlds attraction to
the China’s market is
technology, services, ...
Summer Olympic Games 2008
(Thank You!)
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China: Business Environment Project

  1. 1. Country Profile & Business Environment Project
  2. 2. • Brief Historical, Geographical and Natural Resources • Political & Regional Economic Integration Factors • Brief Demographic • Country’s Economic Growth • Technological Factors • Productivity • Wage Structure • Labor • Industrial Relations • Government and Business Relations • Multinationals and Joint Ventures • Discussion of major issues • Conclusion
  3. 3.  Prehistory  Paleolithic  Neolithic  Bronze Age  Ancient era  Xia Dynasty  Shang Dynasty  Zhou Dynasty  Spring and Autumn Period  Warring States Period  Imperial era  Qin Dynasty  Han Dynasty  Jin Period  Southern and Northern Dynasties  Sui Dynasty  Tang Dynasty  Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms  Song Dynasty and Liao, Jin, Western Xia  Yuan Dynasty  Ming Dynasty  Qing Dynasty  Modern era  Republic of China  Present
  4. 4.  Capital:  Beijing  Area:  total: 9,596,960 sq km land: 9,326,410 sq km water: 270,550 sq km mostly mountains, high plateaus, deserts in west; plains, deltas, and hills in the east
  5. 5.  Coal  Iron ore  Petroleum  Natural gas  Mercury  Tin  Led  Zinc  Uranium Chinas hydropower potential is the largest in the world
  6. 6. • Leaders: • President HU Jintao • Vice President XI Jinping • 1945 • Republic of China was one of the founding members of the United Nations • NAFTA • works with China to Provide a super-highway to increase volumes of containers to the US
  7. 7.  Governments economic development challenges: • sustain adequate job growth • reduce corruption and other economic crimes • contain environmental damage and social strife related to the economy's rapid transformation.
  8. 8.  Population:  1,321,851,888  Ethnic Groups:  Han  Zhuang  Uygurr  Hui  Yi  Tibetan  Language:  Sino-Tibetan  Religion:  Past:  Orthodox Non-Sinitic: Zhuang Mongolian Tibetan Uyghur Hmong Korean Miao Manchu Mongol Buyi Korean Present: Daoist Buddhist Christian Muslim
  9. 9.  China ranks #4 on the top 10 list for Largest National Economies according to GDP.  China’s per capita income grows at an average rate of 8%.  China is powerful, but is still experiencing poverty.  In 2001 China enter the World Trade Organization, since then they became a great economic power.
  10. 10.  Agriculture and Industry play an important role in China’s economy.  Together they make up 70% of the labor force and produce 60% of GDP.  Agriculture employs about ½ of China’s population.  China’s main Agricultural products include: rice, wheat, tobacco, tea, cotton, barley, pork, fish.  China’s main industries include: ore processing, iron, steel, petroleum, footwear, toys, food processing.
  11. 11.  Labor productivity has grown:  17%  Telecommunication has grown:  20%  Two largest Mobile companies:  1.China Mobile  2.China Unicom China continues to develop its telecommunications infrastructure, and is partnering with foreign providers to expand its global reach Verizon Business to build the first next-generation fiber optic submarine cable system directly linking the US mainland and China Chinas telecommunication grew 20% between 1997 and 2002
  12. 12.  History  People’s Republic of China  Administrative Divisions:  23 provinces  5 autonomous regions  4 municipalities  Government Branches:  Executive Branch: chief of state  President  Vice President head of government  Executive Vice Premier  Vice Premiers  Legislative Branch:  National People's Congress.  Judicial Branch:  Supreme People's Court  Local People's Court  Special People's Courts.
  13. 13.  The Chinese market is a highly preferred market.  The worlds attraction to the China’s market is technology, services, and demand for products.  One of the main issues corporations have when involved with China is cultural differences.
  14. 14. Summer Olympic Games 2008
  15. 15. (Thank You!)

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