Market Entry Barriers in China’s Industrial Markets
China, a country that is in the course of economic transition and on high-speed development stage, its firm attributes, the external economic environment, and the law system are largely different from those in the developed countries. The relative importance and underlying dimensions of thirty-eight barriers to entry in industrial markets were examined through a survey of business executives from 83 China’s firms.
KeywordsEntrants Market entry barriers Industrial markets China
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The National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 71172196) and Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China (No. skqy201114) supported this research project.
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