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Strategic Asset Seeking: A Motivation of Chinese Business Groups' International Operation

Chenxi Hu(School of Journalism and Communication, Jinan University)

Abstract

Since the development of Chinese firms, more and more Chinese firms would like to operate their business over the world to increase their strength. For the difficulty of expanding the scale of the company in a short term, many Chinese firms made use of strategy asset seeking to achieve their goal. This article will develop the evidence of Haier Group and Lenovo Group and find the role and effect of their outward strategy asset seeking.

Keywords

Strategic asset seeking; FDI; Haier Group; Lenovo Group; M&As

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26549/jfr.v4i1.2735

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