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The Rise & Fall of China’s Top 500 Companies

rise and fallby Yang Du and Liu Bin

Retail Price: £10.00
ISBN: 978-0-9927625-8-2
Pages: 196
Size: 152mm (w) x 229mm (H)

Paperback, nearly 200 pages of
text and interpretation.

China has rapidly become the world’s second largest economy. This could not have been achieved without the contribution of its most successful businesses and entrepreneurs. The number of Chinese companies appearing in the Global Top 500 list has increased from just 11 in 2002 to 86 in 2013. Today, only the US has more companies that feature in this list, and the gap is rapidly closing.

The Rise & Fall of China’s Top 500 Companies charts the astonishing rise of China’s largest companies and investigates the factors that have contributed to this phenomenon.

Written by Yang Du, professor at the School of Business of Renmin University of China, and Liu Bin, assistant professor in the international economics department of the University of International Relations, this book is edited and published by ACA Publishing in association with CNPIEC as part of a five-book series called ‘Exploring Modern China’. The other books in this series – also available from the same publisher – are:

Packed with corporate case studies and profiles of China’s most successful entrepreneurs, The Rise & Fall of China’s Top 500 Companies is a thought-provoking book essential for all those interested in understanding the growing dominance of Chinese companies in international business.

The Rise & Fall of China’s Top 500 Companies

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