A Hundred Years of Li & Fung:Supply Network Orchestrator for Asia and Beyond 2nd Edition
FENG Bang-yan
ISBN-13: 9789814392198 | ISBN-10: 9814392197
© 2012 | Published |  0  Pages

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This is the second edition of 100 Years of Li & Fung: Rise from Family Business to Multinational (2006). In this new edition, the author recounts the success story of Li & Fung Limited in the context of the social, political, and economic changes that have shaped Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland over the past century. The author also analyzes the future challenges and the plans that Li & Fung has mapped out for the China market.

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  • Foreword.
    Preface.
    1. The Founding of Li & Fung—The Canton Years.
    2. A Change in Strategy: Early Development in Hong Kong.
    3. First Public Listing: 1973–1989.
    4. Going into Retail—Circle K, Toys “R” Us.
    5. Privatization—The Key to Modernization.
    6. “Filling in the Mosaic.”
    7. Further Acquisitions to Widen the Net.
    8. Integrated Distribution Service (IDS)—Restructuring, Public Listing, and Privatization.
    9. Restructuring and Repositioning the Retail Components.
    10. Li & Fung’s Global Supply Chain Management Model.
    11. The Fung Brothers’ Business Management Philosophy.
    12. China Market—The New Challenge.
    Appendix A: The Fung Family.
    Appendix B: Chronology of Events.
    Bibliography.
    Index.

    • Recounts the success story of Li & Fung Limited in the context of the social, political,and economic changes that have shaped Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland over thepast century
    • Includes Li &Fung’s new strategies and major business activities since 2006, such as the two-pronged acquisition strategy, becoming the sourcing agent for Wal-Mart, and privatizing Integrated Distribution Services (IDS)
    • Analyzes the future challenges and the plans that Li & Fung has mapped out for the China market
    • Includes a chronology of corporate events updated to May 2011.
    • “Li & Fung has learned to evolve with the market shifts and changes in the macroeconomic environment to develop a creative concept and appropriate strategy.”—Global Future, The Next Challenge for Asian Business

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    • FENG Bang-yan is the dean of College of Economics, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China. He is also the director of the university’s Institute on Hong Kong/Macau Economy. Professor Feng has researched and published extensively on Hong Kong’s economy, business groups and economic history. His major works include British Conglomerates in Hong Kong 1841–1996, Chinese Conglomerates in Hong Kong 1841–1997, A Treatise on Macau, Hong Kong’s Property Sector in the Past Century, and Hong Kong’s Financial Sector in the Past Century. He has also published over 100 articles in various academic journals.