American firms and the transfer of technology to China: how business people view the process

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This report examines some of the ideas and impressions of business people from firm of varying sizes that are transferring technology to China. It also examines the factors that these American business people view as helpful and those that they perceive as stumbling blocks to their China projects.

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Grow, Roy F. & Gilbert, Dayton February 1987.

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  • Grow, Roy F. Carleton College for the Office of Technology Assessment
  • Gilbert, Dayton Midwest China Center for the Office of Technology Assessment

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This report examines some of the ideas and impressions of business people from firm of varying sizes that are transferring technology to China. It also examines the factors that these American business people view as helpful and those that they perceive as stumbling blocks to their China projects.

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74 pages.

Digitized from microfiche.

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  • SuDoc Number: Y 3.T 22/2:2 T 22/24/v.2/pt.2/americ.
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Grow, Roy F. & Gilbert, Dayton. American firms and the transfer of technology to China: how business people view the process, report, February 1987; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc97437/: accessed January 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.