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Understanding & Identifying Chinese State Ownership and Investment Vehicles

06/10/24 2 minute read

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Understanding the Chinese government’s pervasive influence over the country’s domestic and international companies is crucial to foreign businesses operating in China, as the activities of state-owned enterprises shape international relations, trade policies, and global market dynamics. As a result, foreign businesses must carefully navigate the complexities associated with state ownership to ensure long-term success in the Chinese market and navigate potential challenges related to fair competition and market access.

This report explains how the Chinese government exerts economic control using Chinese State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commissions (SASACs) and sovereign wealth funds (SWFs). Download the full report to learn how to identify the Chinese government’s presence in supply chains and partnerships.

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