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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Hangzhou

24 Feb 2017

Between 26 January and 1 February this year, the combined turnover of 50 of Hangzhou’s leading retail businesses, including department stores, supermarkets, restaurants, home appliance stores, tea hou...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Xi’an

23 Feb 2017

During the 2017 Spring Festival golden week, Xi’an residents spent extravagantly on traditional New Year’s goods, eating out, and a variety of leisure and cultural activities, resulting in total retai...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Fuzhou

23 Feb 2017

Over this year’s Spring Festival period, Fuzhou’s shopping centres experienced decidedly mixed fortunes. While the city’s upmarket and low-end malls enjoyed a 10% year-on-year rise in takings, many of...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Dalian

22 Feb 2017

Dalian’s retailers suffered mixed fortunes over the 2017 Chinese New Year period. While many of the city’s upscale and low-end malls saw sales decline compared to last year, a number of the mid-range ...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Nanjing

21 Feb 2017

In Nanjing, the local consumer market proved to be in robust health throughout the Spring Festival 2017 period, with abundant goods available and prices holding steady. According to the Nanjing Munici...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Guangzhou

20 Feb 2017

Over this year’s Spring Festival period, Guangzhou’s retail sector recorded sales of around RMB2.71 billion, representing double-digit growth compared to the same period last year. In the city’s major...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Wuhan

17 Feb 2017

Compared to the 2016 Spring Festival, spending at many of Wuhan’s shopping centres was markedly up this year. Most notably, luxury goods purchases were up by 30%, while physical stores outperformed ma...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Shenzhen

17 Feb 2017

In the run-up to this year’s Spring Festival, a number of trends became clearly apparent in Shenzhen’s retail sector. Firstly, fresh produce was particularly in demand, while there were signs that eco...Read More

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2017 Chinese New Year Sales: Shanghai

16 Feb 2017

Retail sales in Shanghai showed a 10.6% year-on-year increase during the 2017 Chinese New Year period (20 January to 2 February). The figure emerged from a survey of 420 large and medium-sized retail ...Read More

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Guangdong Enterprises Tapping Belt and Road Opportunities: Kennede Electronics Steps Up Exports

12 Jan 2017

Kennede Electronics has hopes of exploring investment opportunities in a number of areas, including Africa, in a bid to reduce its production costs, while strengthening its market coverage in Asia and...Read More

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Exploring the Belt and Road Markets: An Opportunity for Guangdong’s Jiangmen Enterprises

5 Jan 2017

Many enterprises in Jiangmen are looking to sell more consumer goods and industrial products to markets along the Belt and Road, including motorcycle and furniture items. Industry players in the city ...Read More

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Guangdong Enterprises Tapping Belt and Road Opportunities: Huizhou Welon Ventures into Sporting Goods Market in Southeast Asia

29 Dec 2016

Huizhou-based Welon Ltd is looking to expand its own-brand business in Southeast Asia. The company hopes to use its mainland and overseas designing and technological resources to develop high-end indo...Read More

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Tapping Belt and Road Opportunities: Views and Service Demand of Huizhou Enterprises in Guangdong

22 Dec 2016

Many Huizhou enterprises would like to tap the opportunities afforded by China’s Belt and Road strategy in order to further expand their export business. They would first need to engage with the Hong ...Read More

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Guangdong Enterprises Tapping Belt and Road Opportunities: Yulan Wall-coverings Uses Hong Kong Services to Meet International Standards

15 Dec 2016

In order to ensure that its products meet the requisite quality and fire safety standards of overseas clients, the popular mainland wallpaper brand Yulan relies on inspection and testing services in H...Read More

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Belt and Road Investment: Views and Service Demand of Dongguan Enterprises in Guangdong

8 Dec 2016

Many Dongguan enterprises are not familiar with the Belt and Road markets, and therefore they wish to make use of the professional services in Hong Kong to solve practical problems for their investmen...Read More

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Chinese Enterprises Capturing Belt and Road Opportunities via Hong Kong: Findings of Surveys in South China

1 Dec 2016

While China continues to promote the Belt and Road initiative, Hong Kong has been regarded as the major service platform outside the mainland for tapping such opportunities. According to HKTDC surveys...Read More

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China Takes Global Number Two Outward FDI Slot: Hong Kong Remains the Preferred Service Platform

11 Nov 2016

China is now the world’s second largest sources of FDI after the US. About 60% of the mainland’s outbound FDI flows to Hong Kong, and most of this is subsequently channelled overseas through Hong Kong...Read More

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Western China: Access Belt and Road Markets via Hong Kong

8 Nov 2016

Western China’s thriving economy has spurred companies in the region to step up their efforts in “going out” to look for resources to boost their competitiveness and further develop overseas markets. ...Read More

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China-Europe Express Trains: On Track to Access Belt and Road Businesses

1 Nov 2016

The China-Europe Railway Express services have expanded rapidly recently, and are of increasing interest to companies wanting to transport Chinese products to Europe while tapping markets along the Be...Read More

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Relocating to Chengdu and Chongqing: The Implications for the High-tech Sector

25 Oct 2016

Foreign investment has aided Chengdu and Chongqing industries, making the region an ideal base for industrial relocation. Though, companies should note the impact of higher logistics costs on their ex...Read More

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