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The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai is pleased to announce the launch of the third annual China Manufacturing Competitiveness Study, conducted in cooperation with Booz & Company, a leading global management consulting firm. 

The study offers an overview of the manufacturing environment for foreign companies in China by looking at the challenges and opportunities, in addition to key issues such as the adoption of global standards and best practices as well as China’s changing labor landscape. This year’s study also examines how multinational manufacturers perceive China’s ongoing development and evolution as a market and as an export platform. Results reveal that while the number of respondents citing access to the growing China market as their primary strategy increased, those planning to supply Asian markets from China declined.  

The study is recommended reading for manufacturers in China, both foreign and domestic, SMEs, new market entrants and companies wanting to benchmark their China operations and strategy.

Table of Contents:

  • Executive Summary - 内容提要
  • Introduction - 简介
  • Part I: The Duality Play - 双重角色
  • Part II: China's Competitive Edge - 中国的竞争优势
  • Part III: Company Performance: Challenges and Strategies in 2009 - 公司绩效:2009年的挑战和战略
  • Part IV: Manufacturing Best Practices and Global Standards - 制造业最佳实践和全球标准
  • Part V: China's Changing Labor Landscape - 中国变化的劳动力环境
  • Part VI: Green Initiatives - 绿色倡议
  • Part VII: Compendium of Detailed Results


Price:

You are now able to purchase your copy for: 

Member:  RMB500
Non-member: RMB1,500

How to Purchase:
Please click here to get the order form.



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