Red Chips analyses leading Chinese companies and their operating environment in the 1990s. In China, it is government organisations that form corporate structures. These state-backed companies often follow a trail that leads back to foreign equity markets, particularly Hong Kong's stock exchange. The examination of these companies in this book is a first in the English language. Red Chips bridges the standard press and scholastic coverage, providing both the context of China's reforms and in-depth analysis of several of China's leading companies.Trading aamp; distribution Dah Chong Hong Dah Chong Hong (DCH) is a major Hong Kong-based trading company with substantial ... Hong Kong DCHa#39;s motor business includes the distribution of motor vehicles, the provision of after-sale services and the sale of accessories and parts. The company represents Honda, Acura, Isuzu, Nissan, Nissan Diesel, Audi, Maserati, and Volkswagen in Hong Kong.
|Title||:||Red chips and the globalisation of China's enterprises|
|Author||:||Charles de Trenck|
|Publisher||:||Asia 2000 - 1998-06-01|