China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investments and Impact on the by Shujie Yao, Pan Wang (auth.)

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The interrelationship between HFDI, VFDI and the KK-model, and their relative significance, has also been the subject of a considerable amount of research. Carr et al. (2001) finds a positive relation between affiliate sales and the skilled-labour difference under a KK-model. The KK-model integrates the horizontal and vertical FDI, while the latter was mainly driven by differences in skill endowments. They indicate the effect of this skill difference on promoting affiliate sales could diminish when the country size difference increased.

When the stock market was at its worst time during the crisis, Rio-Tinto had no other option available to pay its mounting debts, be it through rights issues or forming a partnership with any other miner. For Chinalco, it would be able to achieve its ambition to become global and help China’s steel industry to secure a stable and cost-effective supply of iron ore and other natural resources. Four months after the agreement, the proposed deal had cleared all the legal and administrative hurdles except the approval by the Australian Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) and Rio’s shareholders.

This successful growth encouraged Chinalco to become even more aggressive, first through its IPO in Shanghai in 2007, then by diversifying its production from aluminium to other metal products and strategic investments in foreign mining companies, especially Rio-Tinto. Its going global ambition forms part of China’s national development strategy to secure stable and costeffective imports of iron ore, bauxite and copper, among others. Chinalco’s first investment in Rio was in February 2008. Along with America’s Alcoa it bought a $14 billion stake, or 9 per cent of all Rio’s total shares.

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