Publications, industry markets and survey reports
This issue of China 360 breaks down China's explosive e-commerce industry within its business-to-consumer (B2C) and consumer-to-consumer (C2C) arenas.
Since opening up its economy some 30 years ago, China has grown to become second only to the US in terms of economic size – and its vast labor force has been one of the key drivers of this economic growth cycle
Some of the largest and most influential businesses in China – and now the world – are controlled by China's central government, yet this is a model that remains somewhat of a mystery to the business world outside of China.
KPMG's latest report on China's life science sector notes that the country is set to become a crucial player in the life science and healthcare industry.
Significant relaxation of the beneficial ownership criteria under the Hong Kong – Mainland double taxation arrangement
This is a joint study by KPMG, the European Chamber and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
China's two parliamentary conferences were held in March 2013. The Lianghui meetings are particularly important because they confirm changes to many government leadership positions, agency restructurings, new appointments, and policy announcements.
KPMG’s sixth annual report on the luxury market in China addresses the opportunities and challenges faced by some of the world’s most prominent luxury groups.
The People’s Republic of China remains an attractive investment destination for overseas investors, but the next five years (2011 to 2015) will become increasingly complex as the business landscape continues to evolve.
Product Sourcing in Asia Pacific: New Locations, Extended Value Chains looks at how rising costs, free trade agreements, sustainability considerations, and new financing options.
China's legislature, the National People's Congress, endorsed the country’s 12th Five-Year Plan on 14 March 2011.
Chinese industry is moving up the value chain and a large young workforce will be needed to replace the millions in the ‘factory of the world’. The next manufacturing hub seems to be Africa.
China’s 12th Five-Year Plan marks a turning point from the country’s previous emphasis on headline growth. Leaders are now prioritising strategies and measures to ensure long-term prosperity for the entire nation.
The growing sophistication of China’s industrial base and the rising power of domestic consumers are critical factors shaping China’s energy needs.
Professor Deborah Brautigam, author of The Dragon’s Gift, was recently interviewed by Glenn Ho, about China-Africa investment and trade.