Tarun Kanti Bose ( Corresponding writer ) Assistant Professor. Business Administration Discipline. Khulna University Khulna 9208. Bangladesh Tel: 880-1911-451-044 Received: February 25. 2012 doi:10. 5539/ibr. v5n5p164 Abstract This survey was directed towards observing the positive and negative sides for the foreign investors while they go for direct investing in India and China. A descriptive and exploratory research survey has been carried out for look intoing the current proposition of the concerned instance of FDI in those two states. Advantages of puting in India includes-Huge market size and a fast developing economic system.
handiness of diversified resources and cheap labour force. increasing betterment of substructure. public private partnerships. IT revolution and English literacy. openness towards FDI. regulative model. and investing protection. where as few drawbacks likes immense subdivision of hapless and in-between category. bureaucratism. power deficit and cultural diversified are besides available in the state. Equally far as the instance of China is concern positives countries are the huge size and growing of the Chinese economic system and really bright chances.
resource handiness and low cost of labour force. immense development in relevant substructure. openness to international trade and easy entree to international markets. development and change of the regulative model. investing protection and publicity.
There are besides few drawbacks every bit good like the regulator load. hinderances in free flow of information. deficiency of English literacy and so on. Keywords: FDI. India. China. Positives and negatives. International trade 1. Introduction In this twenty-first century globalisation makes this planet as a planetary small town and people of different states are acquiring closer and closer ( Tormenting. 2002 ) . Due to immense development of engineerings investors of different states are looking frontward to happen concern chances beyond the conventional district and as a consequence one of the most popular and highlighted footings in modern business-“FDI” is germinating at a greater gait than of all time before ( Birkinshaw. 2000 ; Alfaro et Al. . 2004 ) . In this epoch of globalisation and intense competition. foreign direct investing ( FDI ) has become a really common and immensely of import phenomenon for consumers. manufacturers and different authoritiess ( Balasubramanyan et al. . 1996 ; Borensztein et Al. . 1995 ) . In this twenty-first century. concern and trade become more competitory and diversified than of all time earlier. As traditional market is shriveling down in a faster gait. operators are looking for options for enlargement and international trade is acquiring accelerated.
As a consequence FDI is acquiring accelerated at a faster rate and different states of the universe are seeking their best to pull more and more FDI as it proves to be a great force for triping the domestic economic development. ( Chang & A ; Rosenzweig. 2001 ; Chung. 2001 ; Daisuke. 2008 ) . While the big Multi National Corporations of the West are acquiring advantages of market enlargement from FDI. the host states are besides using it as a major mechanism and beginning for speed uping their domestic economic growing. Several research plants are taking topographic point over the old ages in the field of FDI and the suitableness and attraction of assorted finishs. There is small uncertainty on the fact that while a big company from the US or Europe consider about traveling into diversified operation across the globe-first thing came into their market is the size of the market. It is ever indispensable for pulling the foreign investors as it is the premier consideration prior to put their money into foreign states.
When we merely speak about size of the market-the name of two states instantly came into our head. Those states are surely India and China. The most populated and immense states of the universe and they are ever pulling a batch of foreign investors. This instance has become even more intense in modern times as western companies feel the force per unit area of market shriveling down in their place district. Few research works has been done in this field but it ever indispensable to hold a closer expression at the scenario of these two states every bit far as the advantages and disadvantages of puting in these two castles are concern. This paper has been intended towards accomplishing the same thing with the aid of tow practical instance survey on retail giant-Wal-mart and the big motor company from South Korea-the Hyundai Motor Corporation. Wal-Mart has made a batch of FDI in China while Hyundai has done the same in India. By measuring their operations and the benefit and drawbacks they have experienced while operating in those two states will be evaluated and besides with the aid of thorough literature reexamine the advantages and disadvantages of FDI in India and China will be expressed.
2. Research Question The chief research inquiries of this survey are: ? What are the advantages and disadvantages of FDI in China? ? What are the advantages and disadvantages of FDI in India? The full research work has been done for the successful answering of the above mentioned research inquiry. 3. Methodology Methodology is ever the most of import of any survey. It provides the necessary base and construction of every article. Therefore. a sound methodological analysis is ever the most prioritized concern of each and every research. The instance was besides similar for this survey. Proper and equal importance has been given for fixing the methodological analysis and afterwards it has been decided that a qualitative and descriptive research methods are appropriate for this survey. The full methods has been done and directed towards accomplishing the above mentioned research inquiries. The research inquiries consisted of measuring advantages and disadvantages of FDI in China and India. In order to replying the research inquiries expeditiously thorough reappraisal of the bing literature has been done and descriptive information has been gathered which is basically relevant for this survey.
Those informations consisted of qualitative end product and therefore explicate the positives and negative sides of FDI in those two extremely popular finishs for western investors. Along with that-two instance surveies on Wal-mart and Hyundai corporation has been done two evaluate the scenario from practical positions along with theoretical base. Wal-Mart is runing in China for rather few old ages and so is Hyundai in India. Thus. the experiences of those two companies have been detected and by that procedure the benefits and drawbacks of FDI in India and China has been evaluated more comprehensively. 4. Conceptual Framework 4. 1 Specifying FDI Before construing the huge importance of FDI for states every bit good as for investors it is of import to specify the term and construct FDI itself ( Agosin & A ; Mayer. 2000 ) . Harmonizing to IMF. FDI is the class of international investing that reflects the aim of a resident entity in one obtaining a ‘lasting interest’ and control in an endeavor occupant in another economic system ( Bandelji. 2002 ; Hein. 1992 ) .
Few academicians and research workers define FDI as an investing by foreign corporation in any state. A common illustration of foreign direct investing is a state of affairs in which a foreign company comes into a state to construct or purchase a mill. Afterwards they initiate the operation in several states by puting farther through enrolling HR and besides originating fabrication or distribution. From the definition itself the sky-high importance of FDI is clearly discernible. Not merely it serves the end of economic development of the host state but besides it assists the investors every bit good in a great manner ( Jun & A ; Singh. 1996 ; Lim. 1983 ; Lucas. 1993 ) . 4. 2 Huge Importance of FDI FDI serves the aims of both the host state and foreign investors in assorted ways: 4. 2. 1 Importance of FDI from Country Perspectives FDI ever brings certain benefits to national economic systems. It can lend to Gross Domestic Product. Gross Fixed Capital Formation and balance of payments.
There have been empirical surveies bespeaking a positive nexus between higher GDP and FDI influxs. FDI can besides lend toward debt service refunds. excite export markets and produce foreign exchange gross. Foreign direct investing ( FDI ) is progressively being recognized as an of import factor in the economic development of states ( Kamath. 1994 ; Lemoine. 2000 ) . Besides conveying capital. it facilitates the transportation of engineering. organisational and managerial patterns and accomplishments every bit good as entree to international markets. More and more states are endeavoring to make a favorable clime to pull FDI.
In add-on to cut downing the limitations on the entry of FDI. they are actively liberalising their FDI governments. FDI is a major beginning of economic development of developing and under developing states ( Lall. 2000 ; OECD. 2000 ; Zhang. 2001b ) . 4. 2. 2 Importance of FDI from Investors Perspective As host states are acquiring advantages of FDI and. the investors are besides non far behind in footings of their benefits. FDI assist the puting company in a figure of ways. FDI enhances the domestic fight. provides the chance of taking important advantages of international trade engineering. contributes towards increasing of gross revenues and net income. extends gross revenues potencies of the bing merchandises. maintains cost fight in the domestic market set-up. enhances possibilities of concern enlargement. helps in the procedure of obtaining planetary market portion. cut down the dependence on bing markets. and besides stabilise seasonal market fluctuations ( Oman. 2000 ; Rajan. 2005 ; Rao et Al. . 1999 ) .
The advantages of FDI have been successfully utilized by the planetary innovator companies in about every sector. In making so the companies ever look for the best possible finishs where they can set their money safely and besides those topographic points have the highest possibility of bring forthing net incomes ( Sharma. 2000 ; Smarzynska. 2002 ) . Talking about suited finishs for FDI reminds us about few emerging states in this twenty-first century. Talking about emerging economic systems automatically shifts our focal point towards two peculiar states which are India and China. The advantages of FDI in China and India are the chief subject and treatment point of this article ( Thompson. 2002 ; Luo. 1998 ) . 5. Findingss and Analysis 5. 1 The Scenario of China Ever since China reformed its economic system. understood the huge importance of FDI and besides urged for foreign capital engagement in the economy-the state has received singular sum of FDI since 1979. It has become the 2nd largest receiver of FDI merely behind the US and decidedly the largest among the developing states ( Liu & A ; Wei. 2001 ; Luo & A ; Tan. 1997 ; Sun & A ; Yu. 2002 ) .
The FDI in China becomes most popular since 1979 and it has received $ 306 billion in between the following 20 old ages. That is attributed to few major incidences in that span of 20 old ages including the constitution of Particular Economic Zones ( SEZs ) . The authorities of China established four SEZs in Guangdong and Fujian states and offered particular incentive policies for FDI in these SEZs. That make the motion of FDI in the state towards upward way and the tendency has non been changed yet ( Wu & A ; Strange. 2000 ; Zhang. 2001a ) . China’s overall economic reform procedure and China’s committedness to the unfastened door policy and market-oriented economic reform. proved to be a success in deriving the assurance of foreign investors in China ( Wu. 2000 ; China Statistic. 2000 ) . The constitution of new endeavors such as new foreign funded and joint venture companies has been the chief manner of absorbing FDI into China ( Zhang. 2002 ; OECD. 1999 ; Luo. 1998 ) . As amalgamations and acquisitions have become the popular manner of planetary concern venture. China is acquiring the attending of investors all over the Earth.
As of today about 190 states and 450 out of 500 taking top companies puting in China and the value of FDI is worth of 105. 7 billion. What makes it possible? What are the advantages for the companies in puting in China? Let’s find out ( Chen. 1996 ; Zhang. 2002 ) . 5. 2 Advantages of FDI in China 5. 2. 1 The Immense Size and Growth of the Chinese Economy and Very Bright Prospects Foreign companies which are market oriented. sets-up concern ventures in order to function the local market. Their end is ever directed towards functioning the undeveloped market. The market sizes. growing chances. buying power. grade of development in the host state are ever the cardinal factors for make up one’s minding the FDI finishs. The bottom line is that the state which possesses larger market. greater chances for growing. has the highest opportunity of economic development-and will decidedly pull more and more FDI.
Sing these factors China is without any uncertainty the best location for investors to set their money ( Andreosso-O’Callaghan & A ; Cassidy. 2003 ; Branstetter & A ; Feenstra. 1999 ) . China has a population of 1. 2 billion. with a huge potency for ingestion. Companies consider the Chinese market as the largest 1 in the planet and in the last few old ages the buying power of the Chinese people besides increased drastically. That makes it as the most suited topographic point for puting in the industries like chemicals. drinks. family electrical contraptions. cars. electronics. and pharmaceutical industries and so on ( Clifford & A ; Webb. 2003 ; Rajan et Al. . 2008 ; Lardy. 1994 ; Zhang. 2002 ) . 5. 2. 2 Resource Availability and Low Cost of Labour Force The grade of handiness of different beginnings including the land. labor and natural resources is ever the key to pull more and more investors.
One of the major advantages of company’s get while they invest in China is its handiness of all sorts of resources. The most important one is the human resources. China is the largest state in the universe in footings of population and as effect of that it possesses rich beginning of labor in the Earth. Along with that another advantage the companies get is the labour force is besides available at comparatively lower cost and it are besides less than in Europe and the US by a great border. The state is besides really rich in energy resources. It has oil modesty and it is the largest manufacturer of coal in the universe. As with coal. China’s electric power supply is sufficient and uninterrupted. Other major natural resources such as land. Fe and other minerals are economically available ( Head & A ; Ries. 1996 ; Ta et Al. . 2000 ; Zhang. 2002 ; Cheng & A ; Kwan. 2000 ) . 5. 2. 3 Immense Development in Relevant Infrastructure It is ever the fact that handiness of physical substructure greatly influences the determination of investing peculiarly in a foreign land. It is a great advantage for a company to travel for investing in a topographic point and state which is really reach in infrastructural development.
The more main roads. railroads and interior conveyance waterways are adjusted harmonizing to the size of host state. the more FDI influxs. Telecommunications services besides play a major function. Empirical surveies suggest that with these sorts of installations are available a topographic point will ever be the perfect finish for foreign companies to travel for FDI ( Cheng & A ; Kwan. 2000 ; Grub et Al. . 1990 ) . Sing the instance and scenario in China it can be concluded that all sorts of infrastructural installations are available at that place and it is besides up to the grade. That ensures great advantages for foreign companies to put in China ( Cheng & A ; Kwan. 2000 ; Grub et Al. . 1990 ) . 5. 2. 4 Openness to International Trade and Easy Access to International Markets China has adopted the “export publicity development strategy” which was proven to be a singular measure in pulling more FDI in the state. Together with export publicity policy. China has implemented economic reforms and unfastened door policies and made attempts to advance trade by reasoning several bilateral trade agreements and adoptive one-sided actions. There has been significant advancement in cut downing tariff barriers.
Along with this the state besides implemented a series of other policies to pull more international investings in the state. Foreign investors ever considers these issues as a major one in make up one’s minding their investing locations and China is decidedly on top of their list by giving them above mentioned advantages ( Andresosso – O’Callagham et Al. . 2003 ; Cheng & A ; Kwan. 2000 ; Zhang. 2002 ) . 5. 2. 5 Development and Alteration of the Regulatory Framework In the procedure of pulling more FDI China adopted a more crystalline and suited concern environment and regulative model. That provides the investor a great trade of advantages and makes them experience secure to set their money in China. The procedure of doing such environment and regulative model includes amending a series of Torahs including the of import 1s for investors’ likes ordinances and commissariats such as Equity Joint-venture Law and Contract. Alongside those the state besides provided some immense advantages to the investors by loosen uping some restraints. In add-on China besides restructures and reform the province owned endeavor and welcome the engagement of foreign investors in that sector every bit good ( World Bank. 2002 ; Zhang. 2001a ; Zhang. 2002 ) .
5. 2. 6 Investing Protection and Promotion It is a singular fact that there has non been a individual instance of expropriation of foreign investing since China opened up to the outside universe in 1979. In is truly amazing sing the political scenario and historical beginning of China. The existent instance is that the Joint Venture Law was amended to impede nationalisation. This portrays the scenario of investing protection in China. Investors are truly feeling safe and foreign investors are acquiring huge mental every bit good as political advantages. Another important add-on of investing protection was the “Contract Law” of 1999. It ensures legal rights of investors. It provided the legal rights of all parties while leting them to find their ain redresss for difference declaration and breach of contract and to advance foreign investing. Investors are besides acquiring rather significance advantages due to some investing publicity run by China. It includes alone revenue enhancement inducements for the Particular Economic Zones of Shenzhen. Shantou. Zhuhai. Xiamen and Hainan. 14 coastal metropoliss. tonss of development zones and designated inland metropoliss.
The state besides established a figure of free ports and related economic zones. The inducements are besides available in the countries of important decreases in national and local income revenue enhancements. land fees. import and export responsibilities. and precedence intervention in obtaining basic substructure services ( World Bank. 2003 ; Xing. 2004 ; Wilson & A ; Purushothamam. 2003 ; Zhang. 2002 ) . 5. 3 Disadvantages of FDI in China In malice of holding immense advantage and besides considered to be the one of the most perfect finish for foreign investors. China still has some countries of disadvantages for investors which are required to be addressed and surely needed to be improved. China possesses a really low per capita income of people. The production capableness is increasing but holding a low per capita income makes periodical impregnation in the state and makes life hard for companies.
China’s disadvantages in footings of engineering spreads and deficiency of labour making in some countries will besides necessitate to better. Another major disadvantage in China is unequal investings in different sectors. There is impregnation in traditional sectors but non a batch of investings in chemical and car sectors. China still in this twenty-first century does non let the foreign companies to have 100 % portions. There are still some barriers in the state in the countries of administrative enforcement and non-tariff steps. Even there are some alterations are taking topographic point. still works needed to be done better the legal system which is appropriate for market economic system. The bing legal footing. statute law process and operating mechanism have non yet to the full shifted to the demands of market economic system ( Zhang & A ; Felmingham. 2001 ; Te Velde. 2001 ; OECD. 2002 ; Mudambi. 1995 ; Zhang. 2002 ; Rongala. 2007 ) .
5. 4 The Case Study of Wal-Mart The scenario of investing clime over the old ages and besides the advantages and disadvantages of FDI in China can non be better explained than the operational experience and history of planetary retail elephantine Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart is the largest retail concatenation in the universe with gross revenues of around $ 374. 5 billion and in China it gross revenues really diversified array of merchandises get downing from gasolene to orange to towel to power proverb. It known as Sam’s nine in China and has more than 70 subdivisions all over the immense state. Wal-Mart over the old ages has been able to travel for this sort of variegation and enlargement merely because of the changing in Chinese regulative and legal system. By Expanding in China Wal-Mart besides find it easy to function the markets near to China by utilizing the China as they are local base ( Bianco & A ; Zellner. 2003 ; Biddle. 2004 ; Molin. 2004 ; Rock. 2001 ; Walmart. 2010 ) . Wal-Mart set their enlargement scheme in China in 1994 and since so they ne’er look back. They successfully implemented the localisation scheme by carry oning procurance in China.
They were assisted by few good policy of Chinese authorities that hiking up the FDI in the state. As the company faced intense competition in domestic US market. immense Chinese market ever served them as Panacea for acquiring out if the concern jonah. While the population in US is merely 4 % of universe population the entire population in China is 19. 4 % . That itself represents the image of how huge benefit Wal-Marts obtained over the old ages by puting in China ( Bianco & A ; Zellner. 2003 ; Biddle. 2004 ; Molin. 2004 ; Rock. 2001 ; Walmart. 2010 ) . After going the member of WTO. in 2004 the Chinese authorities makes batch of ordinance flexible and Wal-Mart got benefited by that every bit good. Wal-Mart’s operation in China besides was really profitable in footings of buying supplies. It purchase worth of $ 18 billion from Chinese providers in 2010 and the monetary value will be far more if they has to buy it from US makers. ( Bianco & A ; Zellner. 2003 ; Biddle. 2004 ; Molin. 2004 ; Rock. 2001 ; Walmart. 2010 ) . That represents the benefit they get by puting in China.
The operation in China besides assists the company in other countries such as. hazard minimisation. concern growing. cheap labour cost. handiness of diversified natural stuffs. energy resources etc ( Bianco & A ; Zellner. 2003 ; Biddle. 2004 ; Molin. 2004 ; Rock. 2001 ; Walmart. 2010 ) . Wal-Mart besides faced few jobs by runing in China. The per capita income of Chinese people is low and it remains a concern for consumer goods bring forthing companies including Wal-Mart. Although they get inexpensive supplies but those are non every bit high quality compare to the US 1s. Problems are besides available in the countries of cultural differences and the perceptual experience of Chinese people about US companies. Due to that ground they ever have to be on the border of their place to pull off people and clients sagely. In malice of those few countries of concerns it can be concluded that. the journey of Wal-Mart in China is singular and applaudable ( Bianco & A ; Zellner. 2003 ; Biddle. 2004 ; Molin. 2004 ; Rock. 2001 ; Walmart. 2010 ) .
5. 5 The Scenario of India India considered as one of the most suited topographic point for foreign investors despite job countries like bureaucratic fuss. The state presents a broad country of investing chances for the investors and progressively advancing the state as the topographic point to put. Over the old ages it has non been able to pull foreign direct investing at the same gait of China. but the image is bettering for India. The investors can non disregard India any longer which as the state ahs the potency to go 3rd largest economic system of the universe within short span of clip. It is besides the 2nd largest among emerging states. India is besides one of the few markets in the universe which offers high chances for growing and gaining possible in practically all countries of concern ( Ahya & A ; Sheth. 2006 ; Asher. 2007 ; World Bank. 2004 ; OECD. 1999 ) 5. 6 Advantages of FDI in India
5. 6. 1 Huge Market Size and a Fast Developing Economy India is the 2nd largest state in the universe merely behind China in footings of population. Presently the entire population is about 1. 2 billion. This immense population base automatically makes a immense market for the concern operators to gaining control and besides a major portion of it is still can be considered as un-served or non yet been penetrated. Therefore FDI investors automatically acquire a immense market to gaining control and besides ample chance to bring forth hard currency influxs at comparatively speedy times. The economic system of India is besides traveling at faster gait than most of the economic system of the universe and dwellers of the state besides obtaining buying power at the same rate ( Athreye & A ; Kapur. 2001 ; World Bank. 2004 ) 5. 6. 2 Availability of Diversified Resources and Cheap Labour Force The immense advantage every company gets by puting in India is the handiness of diversified resources. It is a state where different sorts of stuffs and technological resources are available. India is a immense state and has forest every bit good as excavation and oil modesty every bit good. These are besides coupled with handiness of really inexpensive labor forces at about every parts of the state.
From Mumbai which is in the West to Bengal which is in the E there is ample chance to put up concern venture and location and most significantly labour is available at low cost ( Bhandari & A ; Tandon. 2002 ) . 5. 6. 3 Increasing Improvement of Infrastructure A batch of research survey in India finds out that historically the state fails to pull a important sum of FDI chiefly because of jobs in substructure. But the scenario is altering. The Indian authorities has taken immense undertakings in transit and energy sectors to better the instance. The undertakings for developing route conveyance is worth of $ 90 billion. for rail it has undertaken several undertakings each worth of $ 20 million and for ports and airports the value of development undertakings is around $ 80 billion. In add-on the investing in energy development is worth of $ 167 billion and investing in atomic energy development is outside that computation. These immense investings are altering the investing clime in the state and investors will profit enormously by that ( Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion. 2005 ; Dua & A ; Rasheed. 1998 ) .
5. 6. 4 Public Private Partnerships Another important advantage foreign investors experience in India today is the chances of PPP or Public private Partnership in different of import sectors like energy. transit. excavation. oil industry etc. It is advantageous in several ways as it has eliminated the traditional philippic barriers and besides joint venture with authorities is risk free up to the great extent ( GOI. 2007 ; IMF. 2005 ; Nagaraj. 2003 ) . 5. 6. 5 IT Revolution and English Literacy Today the modern India considered to be one of the planetary leaders in IT. India has developed its IT sectors vastly in last few old ages and as of today many prima houses outsource their IT tasks in India. Because of IT advancement the house which will put in India will acquire inexpensive information entree and IT capabilities as Indian houses are planetary leader. Along with that Indian young person are energetic and really capable in English linguistic communication which is obligatory in modern concern conductivity. This capableness gives India an border over others. Foreign houses besides find it profitable and worthy investing by enrolling Indian HR ( GOI. 2006 ; GOI. 2007 ; IMF. 2005 ; Lall. 2002 ) .
5. 6. 6 Openness towards FDI Recently the Government of India has liberalized their policies in certain sectors. like Increase in the FDI bounds in different sectors and besides made the blessing system far easier and accessible. Unlike the historical tradition. today for puting in India authorities blessing do non necessitate in the particular instances of puting in assorted of import sectors like energy. transit. telecommunications etc ( Economic Department. 2005 ; GOI. 2007 ; Nagaraj. 2003 ) . 5. 6. 7 Regulatory Framework and Investment Protection In the procedure of speed uping FDI in the state the authorities of India has do the regulative model batch more flexible. Now a day’s foreign investors get different advantages of revenue enhancement vacation. revenue enhancement freedoms. freedom of service and cardinal revenue enhancements. The authorities besides opened few particular economic zones and investors of those zones besides get a batch of befits by puting money.
Apart from that there are figure of Torahs has been passed and executed for doing the investings safe and secure for the foreign investors ( IMF. 2005 ; Nagaraj. 2003 ; Planing Commission of India. 2002 ; World Bank. 2004 ) . 5. 7 Disadvantages of FDI in India Investing in India decidedly has some negative sides as good. Most perceptibly India considered as a immense market but a major part of that is a lower and in-between category individual who still suffers from budget deficit. The substructure of the state besides needs to be improved a batch and already it is under immense strain. There are besides jobs exists in the power demand deficit. port traffic capacity mismatch. hapless route conditions deal with an inefficient and sometimes still slow-moving bureaucratism. The immense market in India is an advantage but it is besides really diverse in nature. India has 17 functionary linguistic communications. 6 major faiths. and cultural diverseness every bit broad as all of Europe.
This makes the undertakings hard for the companies to do appropriate merchandise or service portfolio. India is non a member of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes besides non of the New York Convention of 1958. That make life spot hard for the foreign investors. India still has a heavy ordinance load among other states. for illustration the clip taken to get down concern or to register a belongings is higher in India. Similarly. indirect revenue enhancements. entry-exit barriers and import responsibilities have been major disadvantages ( Nagaraj. 2003 ; Planing Commission of India. 2002 ; USITC. 2007 ; World Bank. 2004 ) . 5. 8 The Case Study of Hyundai Motor Corporation Emerging India in modern times prove to be one of the perfect finish for foreign investors to set their money and acquire expected return. Historical scenario reveals that a few Numberss of foreign companies were truly successful in making concern in the state. Along the manner they have faced few drawbacks but they were truly efficient in maintaining off those drawbacks and travel along.
The success of few Korean companies is singular in India. Ever since the Indian authorities reform the policy Korean companies have come up and do a batch of investing in India by organizing joint ventures and besides made few Greenfield investings in the sectors of cars. consumer goods and other sectors. The success of Korean companies chiefly highlighted by three large companies Hyundai. LG and Samsung. Among those the instance of Hyundai Motor Corporation is most singular and worth of detecting and analysing ( HMI. 2011 ) . The company manufactures 120000 autos yearly in India and it is the 2nd largest production base of Hyundai Motors merely next best to the domestic 1 in Korea. That image tells the whole narrative of the advantage the organisation gets in puting in India. Apart from fabricating. India is the 2nd largest abroad market for the company after the US. where it sells 5. 00. 000 autos a twelvemonth. They merely acquire this immense advantage because of a larger population base in India that ever provides limitless chance for growing. The operation of the company is bit different and it gets backed by the local authorization. Unlike the most transnational companies of the universe it invests in an aluminum metalworks and besides a transmittal line so that it could increase indigenisation degrees and cut costs.
As a consequence. HMI has achieved indigenisation degrees of over 85 per cent. They exercise such R & A ; D pattern and it is besides supported by the regulative reform of the India ( HMI. 2011 ) . Apart from market. development and regulative advantages the company besides benefited from organizing joint venture with Indian companies and by that they get involved in really profitable Greenfield investing. Hyundai motors besides allowed developing big industrial bunchs in Chennai India and a immense fabrication base. From that location they serve the demand of neighboring markets like Bangladesh. Pakistan. Nepal. Srilanka and besides of ASEAN states ( HMI. 2011 ) . FDI in India besides helped the company in deriving local human resources and inexpensive labor costs. In India they besides benefited by increasing demand of turning Indian economic system and people involvement of holding auto in their belongings base. Hyundai motors immense success in India besides rooted into the fact that India is proved to be one of the most convenient topographic point for puting specially sing its really bright hereafter chances and un-served market to gaining control ( HMI. 2011 ) .
The journey of Hyundai motors in India is ever non smooth. though. Over the old ages it has to trades with jobs like labour difference. energy deficit. bureaucratic fusss etc. But even sing those issues the advantages outweigh the disadvantages by great border ( HMI. 2011 ) . 6. Decision In this hyper competitory and of all time altering concern environment no concern organisation is certain about tomorrow. That forces them to look for new finish and new market to gaining control. The emerging market of China and India without any uncertainty poses suited pick for those companies. Huge population and immense countryside is surely doing those topographic points even more attractive. There are several benefits in puting in those two states like-very bright hereafter. inexpensive labour and natural stuffs. sound substructure. immense market handiness. Easiness in regulative model. efficient human resources. investing protect and besides efficient publicity mechanisms. However. factors like absence of market economic system in China and enormously diversified civilization in India make life spot hard for the operators. but the benefits are overpowering in comparison to drawbacks.
That is the premier ground why these two finishs will maintain pulling foreign investors and will stay as the most attractive gaits to set the money and earn future dividend. The experience of Wal-mart in China and Hyundai Motor Coporation in India besides reveals the same image and therefore supports the above mentioned decision ( Chen et Al. . 1995 ; Brewer. 1993 ; Agarwal & A ; Ramaswami. 1992 ; Lipsey. 2000 ) .
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