MADE IN CHINA VS MAKE IN INDIA
THE ‘MADE IN CHINA’ INITIATIVE WILL DISRUPT TEN INDUSTRIES
中国制造2025 ‘Made in China 2025’ is Beijing’s industrial strategy to make Chinese firms more competitive.
Companies in China’s ‘strategic sectors’ will face intensifying competition from Chinese firms which are receiving political, financial, and technical support from the government.
Non-Chinese firms in these sectors will struggle for market share in China or be compelled to partner with local firms.
Many Chinese firms that may not be considered ‘global leaders’ today will increase their domestic market share and aggressively expand into foreign markets, creating new pressure for incumbents.
‘MAKE IN INDIA’ HERALDS A NEW ERA OPPORTUNITY IN A GROWING ECONOMY
Delhi is promoting foreign investment across 24 sectors, eliminating or raising maximum ownership restrictions and cutting red tape.
Indian state governments are offering multinational companies additional incentives to invest in these sectors to serve India’s domestic market and increase exports.
To capture growth in a strategic democratic country, companies must understand where and how to invest in a rapidly changing complex market.
‘MADE IN CHINA’ AND ‘MAKE IN INDIA’ SEEKS TO PROMOTE SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES
MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES MUST UNDERSTAND THESE NEW THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Atlas Organization’s ‘Made in China vs Make in India’ briefings provide clients with an update on key developments in both initiatives and the implications to their specific sector.
We understand China and India’s national strategies and how firms play a critical role in their respective long-term plans.
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