International Business Management 2.ppt

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International Business Management CHENG Ming Shanghai University [email protected] .cn
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Subject Objectives This course has two primary objectives. The first objective is to provide students with an understanding of the international business environment. The second objective is to provide a context in which students can continue to develop their general business skills, such as analysis, strategic decision-making, presentation skills and writing skills
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Lecture Outline Session 1: Globalization and worldwide developments Session 2: National Differences in Political Economy Session 3: Ethics in international business Session 4: Differences in cultures Session 5: Strategy formulation and implementation Session 6: Entry strategy and strategic alliance Session 7: Managing political risks and government relations Session 8: Decision making and controlling Session 9: Motivation across culture Session 10: Leadership across cultures Session 11: Global human resource management Session 12: Financial management in international business Session 13: Global production, outsourcing, and logistics
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Introduction Brefings on the Prevailing of the Chinese Economy
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Economic Development in China Growth of Chinese Economy 1978 - 2016 1978 1985 1990 2016* Gross Domestic Product 3,624.1 8,964.6 18,546.9 744,217.0 Output of Industry 4,237.0 9,716.0 23,924.0 247,860.0 Total Trade Value 355.0 2,066.7 5,560.1 243,386 Export Value 167.6 808.9 2,985.8 138,455 Total retail sales of consumer goods 1,558.6 4,305.0 8,300.1 332,316 Per capita disposable income of urban residents 343.4 739.1 1,510.2 23,821 /$ 100 million; * source: statistics bureau of the People's Republic of China on national economic and social development in 2016
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Weight of the different sectors vs GDP (100 million yuan) The Primary Industry : 9,585.69 account for 8.56% The second industry 44,598.41 account for 39.81% The Tertiary Industry 57,844.57 account for 51.63%
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Other Important Economic Indicators ( 100 million) value of Service I/E 53484 grwoth rate 14.2% among which export 18193 increasing by 2.3%; import 35291 increasing by 21.5% trade deficit 17097 newly increased employment 0.1314 Total labor productivity :94,825 RMB/person Foregign Exchange Reserve 3010.5 billion USD reduced by 319.8 billion USD Grain output 616.24 million Tons; Cotton 5.34 million Tons; Crop Oil 36.13 million Tons. Total social fixed asset investment (excluding farmers) 606466. Inward FDI (non-banking) 27,900 companies 813.22 billion yuan 122.43 billion USD ), increasing by 4.1% Outward FDI Non-banking ): 170.11 billion USD increasing by 44.1% 。( among which 14.5 billion USD in One Belt One Road reagions.) R&D Expenditure 1550 billion Yuan account for 9.4% of the GDP with the highest in 2012, reached 18.5% Clean Energy/Total energy comsumtion 19.7% 2012:14.5%
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GDP Comparasion of the Selected Countries in 2016 Rank- ing Country GDP Tril lion USD Percent of the World;s TTL Ranking,GDP Per Capita USD GDP Per Capita USD 1 USA 18.03 24.3 1.Luxembourg 106729 2 China 11.0 14.8 2.Switzerland 82968 3 Japan 4.38 5.9 3.Norway 74903 4 Germany 3.36 4.5 4.Qatar 73724 5 UK 2.86 3.9 5.USA 57765 6 France 2.42 3.3 17.Chinese HK 43792 7 India 2.09 2.8 25.Japan 33010
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