The Pressure of Chinese Enterprises’ Transformation and Upgrading
Chinese enterprises’ transformation and upgrading conspicuously started with the outbreak of the 2008 financial crisis. However, the pressure for change has existed long before 2008. And now the financial crisis has stepped up this pressure. Are Chinese enterprises ready to change in face of such crucial situations?
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