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Can China Lead?: Reaching the Limits of Power and Growth by F. Warren McFarlan, William Kirby, Regina Abrami

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APPENDIX BCASES REFERENCED INCAN CHINA LEAD?

Alibaba.com

F. Warren McFarlan, Carin-Isabel Knoop, and David Lane

(Boston: Harvard Business School, 2001), Case 301-047

This case focuses on the early-stage strategic issues of an emerging dot-com in the rapidly emerging internet nation—China. Alibaba, based in Hangzhou, China, was trying to carve out a niche in the B2B e-commerce world. The issues are surprisingly similar to those confronting companies in Western Europe and the United States.

Alibaba (B)

F. Warren McFarlan and Fred Young

(Boston: Harvard Business School, 2001), Case 302-073

The largest Chinese electronic commerce company faced many challenges at the end of 2001. This case describes its strategy reorientation to become a B2B.

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