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The Chinese companies taking over the world

Lovemoney Logo By Daniel Coughlin of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 31: Despite China's trade dispute with America and controversies surrounding firms such as Huawei, Chinese companies – many of which are state-owned – are expanding aggressively into all corners of the globe. The Chinese government has been encouraging global expansion since 1999 through its 'Go Out' policy, which gives financial support to Chinese businesses that invest overseas.

More recently, in 2013 it launched the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) – often called a  "21st century Silk Road" – which encourages investments and infrastructure in 152 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas. Click through to find out the major Chinese corporations that are taking over the planet.

The companies aiming for global domination

Despite China's trade dispute with America and controversies surrounding firms such as Huawei, Chinese companies – many of which are state-owned – are expanding aggressively into all corners of the globe. The Chinese government has been encouraging global expansion since 1999 through its 'Go Out' policy, which gives financial support to Chinese businesses that invest overseas.

More recently, in 2013 it launched the Belt and Road Initiative – often called a  "21st century Silk Road" – which encourages investments and infrastructure in 152 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.

Click through to find out the major Chinese corporations that are taking over the planet.

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