Partnering with Provincial Governments
China Issues: February 2009 monthly commentary on cross-border investment with China
In an era of capital scarcity and diminished tolerance for risk, the time might be right to explore new forms of innovative collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders in China as an alternative to traditional greenfield projects and mergers and acquisitions. This month, we look at one group of prospective strategic partners in China emerging on the radar screens of foreign investors — China's provincial governments.
While overall industrial policy is set in Beijing, it is largely up to China's 31 provincial-level governments to interpret, implement and enforce these policies in the marketplace.
Download the February 2009 Monthly Commentary by Chinese Services Group at the bottom of this page to learn about the key roles provincial-level governments play in shaping the future of Chinese industry and how foreign investors can make the most of this opportunity.