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CoverHaak, René / Hilpert, Hanns Günter (eds.)
Focus China
The New Challenge for Japanese Management

2003 • ISBN 978-3-89129-844-2 · 223 Seiten, geb. · EUR 32,—
(= Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien, Hg.: Monographien, Bd. 33)

Despite the dynamic growth of its economy over the last 20 years, China still has a long way to go to catch up with Japan. In commercial and technological terms, Japan is still the dominant economy in East Asia and is still the leading source of product, production and management innovations in the region, especially in the automotive and electronic industries. However, China is closing the gap year by year. The development of bilateral foreign trade, the increase of Japanese FDI and ODA towards China, and intensified financial and technical co-operation illustrate the considerable potential for mutually profitable business. The Chinese market is opening up and Chinese products are increasingly gaining competitiveness in world markets, threatening the incumbent Japanese firms. Japanese and Chinese companies face each other across a changing competitive environment, which is posing new challenges to corporate and business strategies. Within the context of these developments this book looks from different perspectives at how Japanese companies are reacting to the challenges and opportunities offered by China.

Table of Contents

Irmela Hijiya-Kirschnereit: Foreword · René Haak and Hanns Günther Hilpert: Introduction · Jörg Raupach-Sumiya:Chinese Firms as Emerging Competitors of Japanese Firms · Shigeki Tejima: Japan’s Manufacturing FDI in China – Its Characteristics in Comparison · Hanns Günther Hilpert: Sôgô Shôsha Quo Vadis? The Strategies of the Japanese General Trading Houses in the Chinese Market · Shôichi Itô: Human Resource Management in China · Douglas B. Fuller: Playing the China Card: The China Strategy of the Taiwanese Electronics Industry and the Japanese Response up to 2000 · Christian Hirt and Ursula Schneider: Risk and Motivation in Sino-Austrian Joint-Ventures in China · René Haak: Japanese-German Business Collaboration in Third Markets – The Case of China · Harald Dolles and Niklas Wilkin: The Trust Factor in Chinese-German Joint Ventures: Implications for Japanese Co-operative Ventures in China


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