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四川大学本科毕业论文

中国高铁出口的风险以及防范

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目 中国高铁出口的风险以及防范









学生姓名


经济学院
国际经济与贸易(双语)
刘宜畅

号 1141022016

指导教师

年级 2011 级

蒋国庆

教务处制表
二Ο一五 年 四 月 十



四川大学本科毕业论文

中国高铁出口的风险以及防范

中国高铁出口的风险以及防范
国际经济与贸易(双语)专业
学生 刘宜畅(1141022016) 指导老师 蒋国庆
摘要:
在全球化程度已经相当高的现代,
各行各业都在顺应经济全球化的趋势走向国际
化,
作为中国高端制造业代表的高铁产业也正在海外之路上艰难的前进着。
中国高铁从吸收
消化国外先进技术到形成拥有自主知识产权的创新成果仅仅用了十余年,
中国高铁创下的奇
迹全世界有目共睹。
但是中国高铁的出口之路并不是一帆风顺的,
中国高铁自身以及国际外
部环境都有很多的风险,
面临的竞争压力也非常大。
为了把中国高铁打造成中国高端制造业
出口的一张名片,
本文采用广泛搜集材料和分析比较的方法,
试图为中国高铁克服出口过程
中遭遇的风险提出防范对策。企业应注重自助研发和知识产权的保护,除此之外,政府在中
国高铁的海外布局也能起到至关重要的作用,
其中包括参与国际标准的制定和广泛宣传等方
面。
关键词:中国高铁 出口风险 对策

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四川大学本科毕业论文

中国高铁出口的风险以及防范

Chinese High-speed Railway Export’s Risks and Preventions
International Economy and Trade
Student: Liu Yichang Tutor: Jiang Guoqing
Abstract:When the world has come to the era of globalization, every industry is following the mainstream and trying to become international, and Chinese high-speed railway which stands for the high-end industry of the nation is also braving its way to the whole world. It just took decade of years for Chinese high-speed railway to develop its own intellectual properties after digesting foreign patents, and the world has witnessed the miracles accomplished by Chinese engineers. But to introduce Chinese high-speed railway to other countries is never an easy job for there are risks of itself and external surroundings, and also the pressure of competition. To smooth the export of Chinese high-speed railway, the writer has studied the risks and come up with several solutions to the risks.
Key words: Chinese high-speed railway

export

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risks

situation

solutions

四川大学本科毕业论文

中国高铁出口的风险以及防范

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