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Title: Bureaucratic Politics and Overseas Investment by Chinese State-Owned Oil Companies: Illusory Champions
Authors: 劉致賢
Liou, Chih-shian
Contributors: 中國社會經濟研究所
Keywords: China;outward foreign direct investment;national oil company;";Going Out";strategy;state/enterprise relationships
Date: 2009.07
Issue Date: 2013-12-09 13:17:22 (UTC+8)
Abstract: From the state-centered perspective, China's hunt for foreign energy deals has generated increasing uneasiness in international relations. By exploring Chinese national oil companies' overseas expansion, this study finds that Chinese bureaucratic fragmentation in the context of the state's changing relationship with state-owned enterprises has greater impact on firms' offshore ventures than the state-centered perspective contends.
Relation: Asian Survey, 49(4), 670-690
Data Type: article
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