What challenges does the Textile structure of Shandong Province Face in the Developmental process of Industries? A Study of Textile Industries in Shandong Province China?
Chinese Textile Industry Dissertation – In the modern era, China’s influence in the world economy was minimal until the late 1980s. At that time, economic reforms begun after 1978 began to generate significant and steady growth in investment, consumption and standards of living. China now participates extensively in the world market and private sector companies play a major role in the economy.
Since 1978, hundreds of millions have been lifted out of poverty, according to China’s official statistics; the poverty rate fell from 53% in 1985 to 2.5% in 2010. However, 10.8% of people still live on less than $1 a day (PPP-adjusted).The infant mortality rate fell 39.5% between 1995 and 2010, and maternal mortality by 41.1%.Access to telephones during the period rose more than 94-fold, to 57.1%. China has generally implemented reforms in a gradualist fashion. As its role in world has steadily grown, its importance to the international has also increased apace.
China’s foreign trade has grown faster than its GDP for the past 25 years. China’s growth come both on huge state investment in infrastructure and heavy industry and from private sector expansion in light industry instead of just exports, whose role in the economy appears to have been significantly overestimated.
In 2008 thousands of private companies closed down and the government announced plans to expand the public sector to take up the slack caused by the global in the capitalist world. Shandong Province as an important component of China’s textile industry, its development process and challenges has the value of research and study. As China’s Shandong province veteran of the textile industry, which declined steadily in recent years, textile export volume continuously reduced.
The entire industry faces enormous challenges. The focus of our study will be that how the Shandong Province has to improve the industrial structure of the textile industry. The case study method is used for investigation and so software is employed for the analysis purposes of this dissertation. Recommendations with respect to the case study are going to assist the industrial sector in one way or the other. Dissertation objectives:
- To review the past researches pertinent to textile sector and the developmental process of industrial sector.
- To analyse the case study gathered by actually analyzing the major challenges faced by industrial sector in structuring the Chinese textile industry.
- To provide suggestions to the industrial sector of Shandong province to improve the structure of Chinese textile industry by facing the challenges and adopting the remedies.
- 10,000 words – 34 pages in length
- Good use of literature
- Good analysis of subject area
- Includes survey questionnaire
- Ideal for international business students
Brief overview of Chinese textile industry
Introduction to Shandong textile industry
Basis of Shandong textile industry
2. Literature Review
Textile Chinese textile industries worldwide
Challenges faced by textile Chinese textile industries
Textile industries in China
Process of Research
Aims and Objectives of the Research
Philosophy of Research
Data Collection Methods
Research Strategy and Time Perspective
Instruments or the tool of the Research
4. Case Study Analysis
Case study on Chinese textile industries in China
Thematic Analysis Explanation
Interpretation of the interviews
5. Analysis and Recommendations
Information technology usage at Chinese textile industries
Career Development and Information Technology
Use of Information and Communication Technology
Chinese Textile Industry Profitability
Creativeness and Innovation
Limitations for future research