Investment opportunities are opening up in China’s machinery industry, especially in upstream segments and high-tech manufacturing.
China will be the world’s largest retail market in 2019 supported by the long term spending potential of its lower tier cities and explosive e-commerce growth.
China’s crackdown on daigou merchants is part of its moves to strengthen cross-border e-commerce regulation.
China’s education market is opening up to foreign investment in non-academic training-related services, which feature high on spending by Chinese students.
Training centers are a popular vehicle for investing in China’s education sector. Here, we explain how to navigate education industry regulations.
China’s outbound tourism market could soon benefit from relaxations for foreign firms.
There is no en masse movement of manufacturing away from China, as Chris Devonshire-Ellis highlights insights from talking to businesses on the ground.
China is increasingly investing in its creative services industry to move beyond its identification as the ‘factory of the world’. We discuss investment opportunities and market entry barriers in this industry.