The Eclectic Paradigm Of International Production Theory

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1. Introduction Hong Kong Lee Kum Kee is an international renowned top Chinese sauce with 127 years history. By virtue of strict quality management and strong market development ability, Lee Kum Kee build a world-renowned sauce Kingdom rapidly in the 70 's, which has more than 220 kinds of popular products and the selling distribution network covers more than 100 countries and regions in all continents. According to this report, The Eclectic Paradigm of International Production theory will be put forward at the very start to analysis the cause and the way for emergence in the first ten years of Lee Kum Kee’s international business from 1920 to 1930, and then depict the competition in the industry at the beginning of 19th Century by using Andy Grove 's existing competitor analysis model. This is followed by the analysis of core competitiveness of the Lee Kum Kee. 2. The Eclectic Paradigm of International Production 2.1 Ownership Advantage 2.1.1Dominant factors of production In 1888, South Town, which is a very prosperous fishing port in Guangdong province, is the place that the Lee Kum Kee founder Mr. Li Jinshang invented oyster sauce undesignedly. After that, the embryonic form of Lee Kum Kee Company - oyster sauce business has been created and began to industrialized production of oyster sauce gradually. Benefited from the South Town has a high quality of inner bay waters including salt and fresh water, oysters here is rich and fresh. Generally oyster will be sent to the
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