It's no news that China's explosive entry onto the world economic stage has been historic. Since serious economic reforms began in China back in the late 1970s, gradually introducing and supporting market-oriented policies and private ownership, China has become the fastest growing major economy in the world. The mix of even marginal capitalism with over 1.3 billion people was unprecedented, and soon caused economic waves around the world as the business potential represented by this revolution began to be recognized.
Today China is already the world's second biggest economy, and stands to surpass the U.S. in a number of measures. It has been a high-speed economic transition like no other in history, offering investment opportunities for businesses and individuals like never before.
But investment in China was soon recognized to carry risks. An economy as large as China's, and still growing rapidly, can lead to unexpected turbulence as new money crashes against old institutions and older traditions. Growth and change on such a scale would be problematic in any environment, but China, with its bureaucratic political system and still developing economic infrastructure, poses special challenges. China is, after all, not the West.
All of this represents opportunity for Dragon Capital Group, a company that has learned how to serve as an effective conduit between fast-growing Chinese companies and Western investors. To developing Chinese companies, Dragon provides support in the critical functions of general business consulting, formation of joint ventures, access to capital, merger & acquisition, business valuation, and revenue growth strategies. To investors, Dragon represents a more secure and promising access to what some are calling the Chinese economic miracle.
Dragon operates through 6 subsidiaries in China, with a special focus on the technology market, including the development of wireless applications and business solutions. Two companies that Dragon has already acquired are among the leading providers of mobile applications and business software in China. In short, Dragon aims to emerge as a significant force in the high-tech sector of China.
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