1Ilnytskyy, D, 2Zinchenko, S
1Doctor of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor Department of International Economics Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman, 54/1, Peremogy ave., Kyiv, Ukraine, 03057 ilnytskyy@kneu.edu.ua
2PhD, Department of Personnel Management and Labor Economics Mariupol Institute of the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, 62, Gromovoy str., Mariupol, Ukraine, 87556 fantomac99@gmail.com
Kitaêznavčì doslìdžennâ 2018, 1:36-57
Section: Political, social and Economic development of China
Language: Russian

The paper investigates the development of domestic and foreign seaports in conditions of growth of global competition, expansion, implementation of aggressive policies and strategies by competitors. Terminal business always, especially now offers a faster and more gua-ranteed return of funds, greater return on invested capital. Currently, China owns port terminals in 34 countries and plans to purchase port terminals in 8 countries in the next 2–3 years. So China is going to become a leading maritime power, like England in the 19th century.
In the course of the study, scientific and analytical works, strategies for the development of seaports in China and other countries were studied. The methodology of constructing competitive maps of the global port market, systematization of factors and generalization of modern methods for studying the patterns and features of the development of seaports were used.
The analysis of competitive map revealed significant asymmetries in dynamics and size of market shares of countries in the world port market, which is the result of the implementation of unique national, regional and local strategies. On the example of China, we observe the key drivers of their development – the active use of public-private partnerships, scientific, educational and technological factors.

Keywords: competitive map, economic effect, expansion, investments, transport infrastructure, world port market

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