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OECD Business and Finance Outlook 2018

The OECD has just released the “Business and Finance Outlook”. The OECD Business and Finance Outlook is an annual publication that presents unique data and analysis on the trends, both positive and negative, that are shaping tomorrow’s world of business, finance and investment. Using analysis from a wide range of perspectives, this year’s edition addresses …
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The Chinese Consumer in 2030

The Economist Intelligence Unit has just published the report “The Chinese consumer in 2030.” According to the study, the Chinese consumer has finally come of age. The traditional drivers of China’s economy, investment and exports, are struggling, but the country’s consumers keep spending. Private consumption is now the main driver of economic growth in China, …
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GEM Report: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

Anglo-Saxon countries outperform all other countries in all entrepreneurial dimensions – entrepreneurship rate, new business ownership, women’s entrepreneurship and future potential entrepreneurs, according to the new report “The entrepreneurial challenge – A comparative study of entrepreneurial dynamics in China, Europe and the US” launched last week by Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum. To accelerate growth and close …
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Latin American Economic Outlook 2016

The OECD jointly with ECLAC and CAF has published the “Latin American Economic Outlook 2016: Towards a new partnership with China.” This year’s edition analyses in depth the economic linkages between China’s current and future transformation and Latin America’s development model. It proposes a forward-looking framework to discuss trends in this relationship, in the context …
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China’s Digital Health-Care Revolution

Technology is transforming health care in China, where the digital health-care market is projected to grow from $3 billion in 2014 to about $110 billion in 2020. As a result, players across the value chain—including pharmaceutical and medtech companies, distributors and retailers, and payers—will need to adapt. The report is available to download from the …
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Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers

The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Strategy&, has published the third phase of the report “Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers: Develop the Innovation Model.” The study explores the intertwined relationship between globalization and innovation as Chinese companies expand overseas. How to create effective innovation models? What innovation strategies are used by the leading …
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Fourth Market Expansion Services Report

Roland Berger published the latest report on the development and growth expectations of market expansion services (MES) in Asia. Based on data from leading research institutes, the report offers valuable insights on current and projected market developments in the three geographic regions: Southeast Asia (ASEAN), Northeast Asia (including Japan) and Greater China. In accordance with …
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Competitiveness: Catching the next wave

China today faces an inflection point: the ingredients that propelled its rapid expansion and unprecedented development over the past 30 years won’t fuel its expansion over the next three decades. Instead, China faces an opportunity to transition to a new wave of prosperity. In order to move up the “value chain,” it must evolve from …
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Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers

The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Strategy&, has published the report, “Emerging Best Practices of Chinese Globalizers: Tackle the Operational Challenges”, based on the results of a survey of 125 leading Chinese multinationals. Despite the global crisis, Corporate China continues its push for globalization, currently ranking third in the world for outward FDI. In …
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The Renewable Energy Market in China 2013

This market study published by ICEX provides a broad overview of the renewable energy sector in China as well as its regulatory framework. Among the types of renewables under the microscope are wind, solar and biofuels. For each one, the study presents information on supply, demand, the business fabric, prices, market barriers, future outlook and …
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