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A Comparative Study of China's OFDI Entry Modes

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DOI: 10.23977/gebm.2019.023


Deqiang Deng, Xiaoqin Lin

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Deqiang Deng


The proposal and implementation of the "One Belt And One Road" strategy not only promotes the integration of China's economy with the world economy, promotes the coordinated and balanced development of regional economy, and builds the new open economic system in an all-round way, but also plays a great role in promoting and promoting the foreign direct investment of Chinese enterprises. In the decision-making of OFDI, the choice of entry mode is crucial to the success or failure of investment. At present, there are two main ways for Chinese enterprises to enter OFDI: Greenfield Investment and cross-border M&A. From investment scale, investment regional, investment main body, industry and so on four aspects, this paper analyzes the different choices and the changing characteristics of China's OFDI, and probes into the internal laws of China's OFDI.


OFDI, Greenfield Investment, Transnational Mergers and Acquisitions, Entry Mode

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