Infographic: A glance at Chinese state-owned enterprises

April 24, 2012Jing Gao9 Comments, , , , , ,

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9 comments to “Infographic: A glance at Chinese state-owned enterprises”

  1. [...] EnterprisesMinistry of Tofu has translated an infographic from which illustrates the dominance of state-owned enterprises among China’s largest companies. The largest private Chinese company, Huawei, ranks just 39th overall in terms of revenue, [...]

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  3. StupidAmerican | April 27, 2012 | Permalink Reply


    Best to read the “info”graphic before posting

    • Jing Gao | April 27, 2012 | Permalink Reply

      Thank you for bringing that to my attention. Correct it.

  4. propaganda | April 28, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Just saying, your last two parts are hiding something…

    First, I would like to see some solid source to back up those data.

    In “behind the glory of SOEs” section, I hope you omit Huawei’s number in private sector, then compare them again. Does your data includes academy research IP?

    In the last section, you deliberately select some countries that better than China. For example, the gas price of China is actually in the middle range, gas price in US is cheaper than most of the countries on earth. Meaningless to compare them as China is oil hunger, while in contrast, US has all sources of oil import. Not to mention that US is an giant oil producer itself.

    At last, the biased source in Chinese make me think this was a piece that is done by someone who propaganda that China should abandon SOEs and transfer them to private’s owned.

  5. [...] Finally, how bad are SOEs’ stranglehold on China’s economy. BAD. Consider this: – Among China’s 500 largest companies, SOEs make up 63.2% of companies, yet rake in 82.82% of [...]

  6. [...] see why I should either.Tim:  Despite a concerted marketing campaign, State-owned enterprises continue to dominate the economy as a whole, producing roughly 62% of all GDP and growing again.  Do you [...]

  7. [...] an estimated 110-150,000 state-owned enterprises still exist in China contributing to roughly 62% of the GDP.  And at one point prior to Deng’s reforms that number was in the 90th [...]

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