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  • Carrefour in China

    Carrefour in China
    Markus Slamanig

    Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics – Trade and Distribution, grade: A, Florida International University, Modesto A. Maidique Campus, language: English, abstract: Carrefour entered China in 1995 with its first …

  • China s Global Reach

    China’s Global Reach
    Zhibin Gu, Andre Gunder Frank

    Landed in China in 1996, the French megastore Carrefour is now the biggest foreign retailer with 78 megastores as of mid-2006. For now, it is adding new stores in all leading cities in a hurry. But it has run into problems with numerous …

  • China CEO

    China CEO
    Juan Antonio Fernandez, Liu Shengjun

    Another factor that has come into play more recently is the impact of the ascension to the World Trade Organization, which has increased the pressure on the governments to become more consistent in their application of regulations. Carrefour …

  • Retail Internationalization in China

    Retail Internationalization in China
    L. Qixun Siebers

    Carrefour did not stop its rapid expansion after October 2002, and has gained the highest sales in China among foreign retailers (Rednet.com.cn, 2003). Due to the high level of first-display fees charged by Carrefour, ten dry-fried snack …

  • Managing International Business in China

    Managing International Business in China
    Xiaowen Tian

    Starting from the early 1990s China began to allow foreign investors to enter, in the form of joint ventures, the retail sector in a strictly limited … A number of foreign companies, including retail giants Carrefour and Wal-Mart, moved into China.

  • Applied Crisis Communication and Crisis Management

    Applied Crisis Communication and Crisis Management
    W. Timothy Coombs

    cultivated in China. However, the anti-Carrefour boycotts were becoming a distraction from the Olympics. The international media were following the boycotts. Instead of positive news stories about the Olympics, there were stories about the …

  • Strategic Management Competitiveness and Globalization Cases

    Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization, Cases
    Michael Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, Robert Hoskisson

    Another advantage of the Taiwanese experience was that it served as a human resource hub for other Asian markets, especially China. However, Carrefour did not have an easy start in Taiwan and it was almost two years before it finally set …

  • International Conference on E Commerce and Contemporary Economic Development

    International Conference on E-Commerce and Contemporary Economic Development

    Carrefour. in. China. Li-xia. XU1,2,a,*,. Qi. XU1,b. and. Xu. LIU1,3,c. 1Glorious Sun School of Business and Management, Donghua University, Shanghai 200051, China 2Department of Academic Affairs, Ningxia University, Ningxia 750021, …

  • Foreign Market Servicing Strategies the METROGroup in China

    Foreign Market Servicing Strategies – the METROGroup in China
    Thorben Schenk

    Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics – Investment and Finance, grade: 1,0 (A), Leeds Metropolitan University, course: International Business, language: English, abstract: Multinational Retailers seek ways of …

  • The China Dream

    The China Dream
    Joe Studwell

    Both foreign companies agreed to broadcast similar volumes of Chinese state television on their North American networks in return. 13 Author … Carrefour's China revenues in 2000 were Rmb8.1 billion ($976 million). The performance of  …

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