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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kristina Pogosbekyan
Making Automotive Companies from Emerging Countries more Competitive: the case of China’s Automobile Industry
International Business
(Master’s programme)
7
2016
The object of the study is the automotive industry in emerging countries, while the subject covers different ways to improve the competitiveness of companies in emerging countries. It is of no secret to anyone, that the government contributed a lot to the success of the fast-developing export-oriented automotive industry in China. However, little is known about the internal efforts of the companies in this tough fight for competitiveness and global recognition.

This leads to the hypothesis of the paper, which states that export-oriented automotive industry in China was not only achieved by the governmental support, but also by the efforts of the internal management strategies in the companies. The academic novelty of the paper consists in deterring the factors of the competitiveness of automotive companies not only by the means of the government support, but also by the efforts of the companies and, further application to one of the Russian well-known car manufacturer.

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