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11/500C China Plays Heavy Metal: Rare Earth Elements and the US Defence Industry

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy
Pub. Year: 2011

In 2010, 97% of the world's supply of rare earth elements (REE) came from mines in China. Global demand tripled from 40,000 tonnes to 120,000 tonnes between 2000 and 2010 while China steadily cut its ...

Marcus Schuetz
Carola Ramon-Berjano
11/499C China's Challenge to Feed Its People

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy
Pub. Year: 2011

With the world's population estimated to grow by 40% by 2050, an additional supply of grains, meat and dairy products would be required. Concerns over the global food supply have increased. Also, with...

Marcus Schuetz
Carola Ramon-Berjano
10/471C East of Africa (and West of China): Chinese Business in Africa

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy, Social Enterprises & Ethics, Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2010

Trade between China and Africa was estimated to have quadrupled between 2000 and 2008, with China becoming Africa's third-largest trading partner and second-largest export destination. Trade relations...

Marcus Schuetz
Carola Ramon-Berjano
09/440C China's Migrant Workforce and the Reform of Its Housing Registration System

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy
Pub. Year: 2009

This case discusses the housing registration system that was implemented in China in the late 1950s and categorised individuals into two groups: urban and rural. This was a status that individuals wer...

Marcus Schuetz
Carola Ramon-Berjano
09/413C Rio Tinto: Takeover Fears and Price Negotiations with China

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2009

In the negotiated year 2005/2006, Brazilian iron ore giant Vale, negotiated a 71% price increase with its Chinese customers. For the same period, Australian BHP asked for a premium reflecting the frei...

Ivan Png
Zhigang Tao
Carola Ramon-Berjano
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