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Forms of Enterpreneurial Cooperation between Chinese and Foreign Enterprises: Taxation Implications

  • Peter J. Buckley
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Abstract

Hardly an economic development in the period since World War II has attracted the interest of the international business community in such an intensive manner as did the announcement in 1978/79 of the policy to open the Chinese economy to foreign enterprises. Quite a number of ‘recession-hit’ enterpreneurs and managers believed that they had finally discovered a country with almost unlimited cooperation possibilities, in a market of around one billion people. And indeed: ‘in geographical size and internal diversity, in the age and richness of its civilization, and in its recent political history, China is unique’ (World Bank, Vol. I, 1983).

Keywords

Open Door Policy Foreign Enterprise Equity Joint Venture Contractual Joint Venturis China Business Review 
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© Peter J. Buckley 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter J. Buckley
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  1. 1.Centre of International BusinessUniversity of LeedsUK

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