Managing A Dutch-Chinese Joint Venture: Where To Start? Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

IMD-3-1785 © 2007
Steger, Ulrich; Nedopil, Christoph

After the state partially privatized Dhangtu Beer; the Dutch business Global Beverage purchased a big stake in the business. The Chinese state still owned a significant quantity of shares and had too much impact - at least in Jan van der Werde's viewpoint.

He was accountable for making Dhangtu beer an effective endeavor for Global Beverage. Knowing goals: Dealing with complex investor structures as a director; preventing disputes of interest; promoting turn-around and cost-cutting versus the background of Chinese state impact.

Subjects: Corporate governance; Joint venture; Conflicts of interest; Stakeholder management; Board of directors; State-owned company; Turnaround
Settings: China; Netherlands; Food and beverage; F&B; 2006

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