FIE

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AcronymDefinition
FIEFrontiers In Education (conference)
FIEFund for the Improvement of Education (US Department of Education)
FIEFly-In Echelon (US DoD)
FIEFront Image Enhancer
FIEFédération Internationale d'Escrime
FIEFilière Innovation-Entrepreneurs (French vocational school)
FIEFoyer International des Étudiantes (French college)
FIEForeign-Invested Enterprise
FIEForeign Intelligence Entity
FIEFuel Injection Equipment
FIEForeign Investment Enterprise
FIEFiji Institution of Engineers
FIEForo Internacional de Emprendedores (Guatemala)
FIEFull and Individual Evaluation (special education)
FIEFlorida Institute of Education
FIECentro de Fomento a Iniciativas Economicas (Spanish)
FIEFellow of the Institution of Engineers
FIEFoundation for Investor Education
FIEFocal Idiopathic Epilepsy
FIEFacilities, Infrastructure, and Environment
FIEFamilies for Inclusive Education
FIEFringe Integral Equation
FIEForeign Import and Export
FIEFinger in Ear (Craniosacral Therapy)
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In those sectors where foreign investment has been allowed, foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) have entered as equity joint ventures (EJVs), cooperative (or contractual) joint ventures (CJVs), wholly foreign-owned enterprises (WFOEs) or foreign-invested companies limited by shares (FICLS).
The interim measures in 1997 generated confusion and frustration among foreign franchisors, as they did not expressly apply to foreign franchisors or foreign-invested enterprises. Moreover, although the commercial regulations opened the door for foreign companies to establish franchise operations in China, they required foreign franchisors to establish FIEs in order to do so.
In general, foreign-invested enterprises with total investment in excess of $30 million must be approved at the central government level.
Hypothesis 4: The relationship between guanxi-based business variables and foreign-invested enterprise performance will be stronger for those with Chinese commonwealth country origin than for those with non-Chinese commonwealth origins.
"European business continues to hear reform commitments aimed at affording foreign-invested enterprises more market access," the European Chamber said in an annual report published on Thursday.
Under the law on real estate business, the government allows foreign entities and individuals to own offices and factories, and allows foreign-invested enterprises to lease office buildings and facilities for commercial purposes.
have risen 5 percent, according to Shanghai-based news website (http://www.thepaper.cn/newsDetail_forward_1406230) The Paper .AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA And though exports by foreign-invested enterprises Chinese state companies have each fallen by about 5 percent in the first 11 months, those by private companies have risen 2.2 percent in the same period.AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Garment exports have been hard hit, falli percent this year, but exports of toys are up 11 percent, and electronics up 5.2 percent, according to official data.
This work gathers government and enterprise data on foreign-invested enterprises in China over the past 30 years, with special focus on past 15 years in order to report on the operational status of Chinese enterprises with foreign investment.
In general, the increasing level of foreign direct investment (FDI) and the growing number of foreign-invested enterprises will heighten demand for more modern management accounting practices.
Foreign-invested enterprises, whose products are sold all over the world, have reaped super profits by using China's cheap labor and natural resources, while unfairly scapegoating China for their countries' trade deficit."
It is only a subordinate goal of this study to examine the impact of FDI on the Chinese economy in general and on the export-led growth sector in which foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) are heavily present.
According to the statistics provided by the Foreign Investment Administration of MOFCOM (the Ministry of Commerce), by the end of August 2008, altogether there were 651,083 foreign-invested enterprises granted in China and China's actual use of foreign direct investment reached a total of US$8,307.46 billion.