Daimler was the first company to establish an international auto joint venture in the Chinese mainland.
Beijing Hyundai, a Sino-foreign joint venture in Beijing, has seen rapid development since it was founded in 2002.
The Japanese camera and copier maker first entered China in 1989 by establishing a joint venture in Dalian.
IBM China, a leader in high-tech and innovation, has been rated one of the most respected companies in China.
|Ericsson (China) Co.
Ericsson's relationship with China dates back to the 1890s.
|ABB (China) Limited
ABB has a long relationship with China, dating back 105 years ago when it first built a steam boiler in 1907.
Samsung has proven itself a major player in the Chinese electronics market.
The American telecom giant started its business in China back in 1987 when it opened its first facility in Beijing.
In the 2011 fiscal year, Siemens China raked in €6.39 billion in sales, a 16 percent increase.
As one of the earliest foreign companies to enter the Chinese market, Nestlé now operates 31 factories in China.