СТРАНЫ ЮВА И ИНВЕСТИЦИОННЫЙ БУМ В КИТАЕКурицын Михаил Вячеславович
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2006, №9, с.93-101
M.Kouritsyn asserts that contrary to their expectations in 2005 SEA countries could not take advantage of China's investment boom is full. It was caused by two main reasons: 1) SEA courtiers proved to be noncompetitive as investors on the very complicated and intricate Chinese market, and 2) they could not use the long-expected special investment regime declared by both China and ASEAN. Beginning July 20, 2005 the China-ASEAN FTA Framework Agreement took in force, but investment regime liberalization was still negotiated by partners. The author pays attention to primordial low investment profile of SEA companies in China: in 2005 among all foreign enterprises investing in the PRC their share was 4,7% only, in Chinese government approved FDI - 4?6%, as well as in realized FDI - just 4,1%. Even Singaporean investors, the most successful of all SEA's ones, experience some difficulties in China due to mounting tension from the competitors - mainly Taiwanese and Western companies.
Объем издания: 93-101