The Impact of Inward FDI on the Performance of Chinese Manufacturing Firms
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Using detailed cross-section data for 1995, non-Chinese MNEs are found to generate technological and international market access spillover benefits for Chinese firms, while overseas Chinese investors confer only market access benefits. State-owned enterprises reap no benefits, and indeed receive negative spillovers from overseas investors, in marked contrast to the positive spillovers gained by collectively-owned firms. These findings underline the importance of reform in state-owned enterprises to raise the absorptive capacity of the Chinese domestically-owned sector.
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