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China’s Policy in the Development and Support of the “National Champions” in the Photovoltaic Industry

Student: Timur Adil`baev

Supervisor: Mikhail Karpov

Faculty: School of Asian Studies

Educational Programme: Bachelor

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2014

Nowadays, China is the leader of the world photovoltaic industry, because its photovoltaic companies produced one third of worldwide photovoltaic cells and modules in 2008 and exported more than 95 percent of what they have produced. The fast growth of Chinese photovoltaic industry is based not only on huge investments, but both on Chinese government’s protectionist measures. The decelerating economy of the People’s Republic of China needs new drivers of its growth, so the ruling Communist Party of China wants the so-called “national champions” in key industries to become those drivers for Chinese economy. The purpose of this paper is to analyze how the Chinese government created, developed and supported the “national champions” in the photovoltaic industry.

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