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Research on the influence of venture capital on the internationalization development of science and technology enterprises

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2023.060906 | Downloads: 21 | Views: 452


Yanchen Liu 1


1 Entrepreneurs College, Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215400, China

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Yanchen Liu


As the world economy becomes increasingly interconnected and the "Belt and Road" initiative advances, internationalization has become a crucial strategic focus for business development. Against the backdrop of a notable slowdown in global economic recovery, persistent international environment uncertainties, and a rise in protectionism, China has consistently upheld a high level of openness to the outside world and actively engaged in international cooperation. Numerous high-tech enterprises in China have vigorously expanded into overseas markets, accelerating their own journey of going global. However, many of these high-tech companies face challenges in the process of internationalization due to factors such as their scale, capital, and access to social resources. Among these challenges, venture capital plays a significant role in facilitating the internationalization process of enterprises through signaling and industry expertise. Therefore, investigating the role of venture capital in the internationalization of high-tech enterprises holds practical significance for companies seeking to explore overseas markets, enhance their competitiveness on the global stage, and strengthen their own level of internationalization.


Venture Capital; Technology Enterprises; Internationalization


Yanchen Liu, Research on the influence of venture capital on the internationalization development of science and technology enterprises. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2023) Vol. 6: 41-45. DOI:


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