RESEARCH PROPOSAL SAMPLE ON CHINESE ITICS: POTENTIALLY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS STRATEGY FOR SUCH AN ITIC
On the global scene,
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an extensive cross-border investment between a direct investor (either an individual or business entity) from a stronger economy and a direct investment enterprise in another country conducted by the previous not for exploratory or provisional purposes only, but to instead acquire a long-term relationship with the latter in order to serve its domestic markets, make the most of its resources, or create a stage that will serve world markets through exports (Capital Markets Consultative Group [CMCG] Working Group, 2003; Jensen, 2003; United Nations, 2003).
The following research questions will be explored in the study:
Ø What is secularization and how can it be used by the company to access investment in
Ø What is non-performing loans and how can it be used as a strategy?
Ø How can leasing be used by the company to get some investment?
The research will utilize descriptive research. A descriptive research intends to present facts concerning the nature and status of a situation, as it exists at the time of the study (Creswell, 1994). It is also concerned with relationships and practices that exist, beliefs and processes that are ongoing, effects that are being felt, or trends that are developing. (Best, 1970) In addition, such approach tries to describe present conditions, events or systems based on the impressions or reactions of the respondents of the research (Creswell, 1994). The study will conduct an in-depth literature review about the three strategies and will present descriptively the major advantages and disadvantages of the three.
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