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.
This year’s Golden Week, which ran from October 1 to 8, showcased a change in Chinese tourist preferences favoring more unique experiences and new destinations – both domestic and international.
We discuss prospects for new and existing investors in China’s gaming industry, which benefits from strong market demand despite the new licensing freeze.
China’s disability aids industry has received a boost from government plans incentivizing new technologies and local manufacturing to meet the huge internal demand. This can benefit foreign investors looking at this segment.
Chinese consumers are embracing a more healthy lifestyle in greater numbers, reflected in their spending decisions. Investors in China’s fitness industry should also watch out for new niche segments.
Chinese consumers’ payment preferences have evolved dynamically and very differently from the experience of Western countries. In this article, we explore mobile payments in China.
China is in the throes of a mental health crisis, with millions suffering from untreated mental illnesses and psychiatric disorders. In this article, we look at China’s mental healthcare industry.