AJIBM  Vol.7 No.5 , May 2017
A Review to the Development of Foreign Capital Manufacturing Industry in China: Looking forward to Made in China, 2025
Abstract: This paper argues China through the establishment of special economic zones at the beginning of reform and opening up, as well as the formulation of “super national treatment” and other preferential policies to attract foreign investment. To now have a large number of foreign manufacturing enterprises’ withdraw behind China’s contrast, is a reflection of China’s economy growing stronger, and is the inevitable result compatible with the “made in China 2025”. This paper hopes to help some enterprises to correctly understand the phenomenon of foreign investment. This paper reviews the different historical periods under the different performances of China’s policy on foreign investment to explore “made in China 2025” by the historic significance, but also shows good hope for the development of Chinese manufacturing industry.
Cite this paper: Xia, J. (2017) A Review to the Development of Foreign Capital Manufacturing Industry in China: Looking forward to Made in China, 2025. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 7, 604-613. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2017.75045.

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