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Why are Chinese companies going abroad?

We know Chinese firms are expanding overseas at an unprecedented rate, but what is driving them them to do so?

It is well established that Chinese companies are investing abroad in ever greater numbers, but many would question the reasoning for this when China remains a booming market, enjoying rocketing growth and with many underdeveloped regions in the west of the country, and as a lower middle income country has plenty of “room” for further growth before reaching western levels of prosperity. 883 more words

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ETFalpha reblogged this on EMerging Equity and commented:

Only this month, June 2015, EMerging Equity reported the following:

June 2, Alibaba opened operations in Russia.

June 14, Xinhua news agency noted that “Alibaba has expressed interest in doing business in Latin America with a particular eye on Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

June 16, EMerging Equity noted that “Chinese online retailer JD.com (Jingdong Mall) has chosen Russia as the first overseas market for its expansion, said company’s official Victor Xu. The firm aims to become an e-commerce leader in the Russian market within five years,” according to RT.

June 19, according to Cloud News Asia, we read that Alibaba had managed to secure some cloud computing government related deals.

Our point is, there is no week China's e-commerce companies were not active on the international commercial scene. They constantly keep looking for business opportunities abroad.

It's worth noting that China’s e-commerce model has been very successful so far and the China's retail market is expected to be worth $10.3 trillion by 2018, compared to the $5 trillion in sales projected for North America. So why not to expand it offshore?


Here is the latest piece by Frontier Market Strategy explaining the reasons why generally Chinese companies go abroad. Enjoy the article.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA) Strengthens Cloud Computing With Government Deals

Treading on new territory, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. stock has been hovering in negative territory year-to-date. Reuters reports, according to experts, Alibaba’s ambitious expansion plans are paving way for an upward trend. 66 more words

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ETFalpha reblogged this on EMerging Equity and commented:

On June 2, we reported than Alibaba opened operations in Russia.  On June 14, Xinhua news agency noted that “Alibaba has expressed interest in doing business in Latin America with a particular eye on Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.” Today, according to Cloud News Asia, we read that Alibaba has managed to secure some cloud computing government related deals. There is no week Alibaba would not surprise investors positively and here is the latest story ...

If you are looking to gain exposure to Alibaba consider the following exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which have added the stock to their holdings: $FPX, $IPO, $KWEB, $EMQQ.

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Salah satu Ruang Terbuka Hijau yang ebrada di bagian timur Jakarta Selatan adalah Taman Tebet atau disebut juga Taman Honda Tebet. Taman ini berada di antara jalan Tebet Barat Raya dan jalan Tebet Timur Raya Kecamatan Tebet, Kotamadya Jakarta Selatan. 183 more words

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Chinese Shoppers To Outspend US By 2018

China is poised to outstrip the US as the world’s largest retail market by 2018, with online purchases quickly replacing conventional shopping, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). 332 more words

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