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Perceptions on the Transfer of Technology to China: A Survey of British Companies
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Evidence from a survey shows that British engineering companies with a business interest in China recognise the potential benefits from technology transfer to China. The major strategic objective in transferring technology to China is to gain access to the Chinese market. British firms have a high opinion of the capability of Chinese enterprises to learn to use new technologies but they give a low rating to their managerial and technological capabilities and quality of existing equipment. Foreign companies appear to have a cautiously favourable view of the economic and political environment but the legal framework for doing business, time consuming negotiations, inconvenience of communications, bureaucracy, and unclear organizational authority are identified as the most difficult problems.
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