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Trends and impacts of China's FDI in Kenya

Textbook 2016 36 Pages

Economics - International Economic Relations

Summary

Since China's reforms, the country has experienced tremendous growth and expansion. China's government has encouraged the companies to go global, with the recent reforms of the “Go West” and “Going Global” policy. Since China became a member of the World Trade Organisation in 2001, economic reforms have led to a spectacular economic success which has generated rapid economic growth over two decades. The country has moved from a centrally-planned economy towards a market economy.
This research study focuses on the impact and the trends of Chinese FDI (foreign direct investment) on Kenya’s economic sectors of agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing, and tourism. It seeks to quantify the advantages and disadvantages through the SWOT analysis and to suggest policies necessary to maximize the development impact of China in Kenya. The study takes a qualitative and quantitative approach with close textual analysis of the existing data and information from the Kenya embassy in Beijing and KIA and auxiliary information from existing written literature, books, internet sources, journal articles and interpretation of these sources.

Details

Pages
36
Type of Edition
Erstausgabe
Year
2016
ISBN (eBook)
9783960675921
ISBN (Book)
9783960670926
File size
708 KB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v340133
Institution / College
Nanjing University of Science and Technology – School of Economics and Management
Grade
1,3
Tags
Foreign direct investment China Kenya WTO Go West Go Out policy Going Global Strategy Economic sector Economy of Kenya Economy of China

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