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Post time 2011-4-27 21:02:43 |Display all floors
"Science and technology is the 1st productive force."
It is one of the famous slogan in Deng's reform.

In Mao's era, China used to develop the technology by itself.

In Deng's reform, China began to learn and get foreign technology.

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Deng open doors and reform the previous polices from the early 1980s.

the transfer of advanced commercial technology is the price of market access in China for foreign companies.

Foreign companies being "forced" to transfer technology to China in exchange for access to this enormous market.


Foreign investors in high-tech industries enjoy preferntial treatment, such as tax rebates and lower tariff rates as incentive to transfer technology.


from Bureau of Industry and Security U.S. Department of Commerce

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Post time 2011-4-27 21:31:16 |Display all floors
From a research report of research center of State council,

Foreign capital dominiated 21 in the total 28 Chinese major industries.  
e.g.
the largest 5 companies in glass industry are owned by foreign capital;
the largest 5 companies in elevator industry (80% domestic production) are owned by foreign capital;
the whole cosmetic industry are controlled by 150 foriegn-own companies;
20% medicine companies are owned by foreign capital;
90% cars are foreign brands.



11 in 18 major  electrical companies are joint-owned by foreign and domestic capital.


From an investigation of ministry of commerce of China,
The market of opreating system, package products, sensitive materials, tire products, cell phone, etc are controlled by foreign capital.
Foreign capital dominated more than 1/3 market share in light industry, in chemical industry, in medicine industry, in mechanical industry, in electrical industry, etc.

from a news report of 2006

source: h ttp://money.163.com/06/0902/01/2PVPSGCU00251OB6.html

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Post time 2011-4-27 21:36:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-4-27 21:28
From a research report of research center of State council,

Foreign capital dominiated 21 in the total 28 Chinese major industries.  
e.g.
the largest 5 companies in glass industry are owned b ...


A perfect current picture of the Chinese industry. Let's see what an increasingly assertive China can do to change this situation in the future - despite all the obvious whine from the West that will be heard

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Post time 2011-4-27 21:39:58 |Display all floors
A failed case: the transfer of technology to China in exchange for access to Chinese market.


South Korea has Hyundai and Kia,
Japan has Toyota, Honda, Daihatsu, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazada, Mitsubishi, ....
Where is Chinese band?
Now 90% cars in Chinese market are foreign brands.

Though China has the largest car market in the world.

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Post time 2011-4-27 21:54:23 |Display all floors
So far high speed rail manufacturing industry did a relative good job.

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Post time 2011-4-27 22:01:47 |Display all floors
China will be the largest market of nuclear power reactors in the near future.

Would this market go like car industry?

Will Major technology and equipment manufacturers be controlled by foreign capital?

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