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Study on the Status and International Strategy Development of Technological Enterprises

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ABSTRACT

International strategy is a very hot topic today. Embedding in the global industry chain helps enterprises better integrate resources and enhance innovation capability especially for technological enterprises. Based on the data from Zhongguancun area, this thesis analyzes the current situation and problems of the internationalization of technological enterprises. And furthermore we put forward some suggestions to improve market internationalization of technological enterprises. In order to enhance the innovation capability and core competence, the government should support enterprises to explore international markets and establish a platform for technological intermediary services.

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Wang, L. (2015) Study on the Status and International Strategy Development of Technological Enterprises. Technology and Investment, 6, 151-157. doi: 10.4236/ti.2015.64017.

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