Despite billions spent on subsidies, tax breaks, and other incentives, electric vehicles have yet to take off in China.
Chinese e-commerce is developing even faster than previously believed, with Chinese iConsumers embracing online commerce.
In the face of a slowing economy in China, it's not the precise rate of growth that is the key issue, but what drives that growth.
Increased digital engagement by Chinese companies will give the economy a burst of momentum & change the nature of growth.
By 2020, China could become the world's largest retail banking market
Slower economic growth, greater volatility, and rising competition ahead for China in the new year.
As latent demand for airline travel is building in China, the stage is set for both market expansion and disruption.
The Essential Drug System (EDS) is one of five priorities that support the government’s overall healthcare reform objective.
Executives of global semiconductor companies have had their eyes on China for many years, primarily as a customer-rich end market and a source of innovation. But now they will need to take an even closer look.
A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) projects that new Internet applications could fuel some 7 to 22 percent of China’s incremental GDP growth through 2025.