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Analysis on Fund Management Strategy of Auto Dealer Group

Juan Wang

Abstract


In recent years, with the further development of the automobile industry, more and more enterprises have joined the industry, and the automobile sales competition has become increasingly fierce. Chinese automobile enterprises are facing severe internal and external challenges. The intensification of competitiveness makes capital risk increase. In order to develop stably and not be eliminated in the market, enterprises must take corresponding measures to solve the problems existing in capital management.


Keywords


Car Dealers; Fund Management; Corresponding Strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/bam.v2i1.910

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