“Chinese and Other East Asian Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe: Motives, Location Choices and Employment Approaches”, Ágnes Szunomár, Agnieszka McCaleb (IWE, Hungary)

“Since the launch of China’s ‘Go Global Policy’ in 2001 the world has observed a dynamic rise in China’s outward foreign direct investment (FDI) in both developing as well as developed countries. Western Europe became a favoured destination for Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) seeking strategic assets such as brands, technology, know-how or distribution channels. Central Eastern European (CEE) countries like Hungary and Poland, which joined the (…)”

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