China Market Watch: Alibaba Breaks Singles’ Day Record and China to Become Asia Pacific’s Largest Cruise Market
In this week’s China Market Watch we discuss how Alibaba has broken its Singles’ Day sales record this year, VAT and import tax exemption for coalbed gas extraction equipment, the State Council’s retail innovation guideline for offline shopping, and how China is to become Asia Pacific’s biggest cruise liner market.
In this weeks China Market Watch we discuss how China’s steel export has risen by 2.4 percent, how the civilian airport market has been opened to private capital and how annual railway investment targets are almost met.
China Market Watch: Elderly Care Market Opens to Private Investment and State Monopoly on Salt Lifted
In this week’s Market Watch we explore the opening of China’s elderly care market to private investment, the release of the electric car development road map, lifting of the state monopoly on the salt industry, and Baidu’s investment into internet technology projects.
In this week’s Market Watch we look at the China’s plan to consolidate cement production firms by 2020, the investment made into modernizing the agricultural sector, rail cargo volume growth and aims to reduce logistics costs.
China Market Watch: China – Netherlands Social Insurance Deal and New East to West High Speed Railway Opened
In this week’s Market Watch we look at the social insurance agreement between China and The Netherlands, the new east to west high speed link, the record number of outbound Chinese tourists predicted this year, and the U-turn made by the economic planner to allow coal producers to increase production.
In this week’s China Market Watch, we explore the removal of domestic roaming fees by China’s telecoms service providers, increased spending on the development of the Internet of Things by manufacturers, the establishment of seven new free-trade zones and the increase of Australian imported wines.
In this week’s China Market Watch, we explore China’s insurance market, the newly approved Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, the country’s competitive restaurant businesses, as well as its booming baby care products industry.
In this week’s China Market Watch, we explore China’s dairy market with a focus on a recent Chinese study calling on consumers to buy domestically produced infant formula over foreign brands, and discuss the country’s haunting industrial overcapacity issue.