We break down changing preferences and investment opportunities in China’s fresh food industry, including cold chain storage, e-commerce, and technology.
China’s healthcare sector will be a priority area of investment this decade as the coronavirus-led urgency accelerates government spending and technology growth.
Continued demand for private, vocational education as well as new behavioral trends under the COVID-19 outbreak is set to boost the online education market in China, making it subject to greater regulatory scrutiny.
New investment opportunities are emerging in China’s online retail, education, telemedicine, pharmaceutical, and IT industries as a consequence of the Covid-19 outbreak.
In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we discuss how having an effective corporate sustainability strategy actually makes business sense in China, beyond satisfying compliance goals.
Regulators in China have proposed six measures to prevent teenagers from getting addicted to online games, including imposing a curfew and spending limits on individual accounts.
Read our step by step guide to exporting food products to China to safeguard your business against the risk of having products returned or destroyed.
China has officially recognized esports in a professional capacity, and major cities like Hangzhou, Chongqing, and Shanghai are competing for investment.