A rising post-90s generation is emerging as a strong engine of consumption, in one of four important new trends in the Chinese consumer landscape.
After registering its lowest growth since 2011, China’s automotive market rebounded strongly in 2016
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Our latest survey indicates that several promising new sources of e-commerce growth are emerging
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Gordon Orr predicts what might happen to China's economy in 2016
A report on how China’s most successful CPG companies are navigating today’s market
McKinsey Global Institute's latest report maps gender inequality and quantifies the economic potential of closing the gender gap
A new survey of Chinese consumers indicates a more upbeat picture than most have expected.
Fears about China’s slowing economy are overblown, authors Jeffrey Towson & Jonathan Woetzel argue in this adapted excerpt from the follow-up to their 1st book.
Chinese e-commerce is developing even faster than previously believed, with Chinese iConsumers embracing online commerce.
Increased digital engagement by Chinese companies will give the economy a burst of momentum & change the nature of growth.
Slower economic growth, greater volatility, and rising competition ahead for China in the new year.
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.
Most of China’s cities have improved their level of sustainability in recent years, according to a new report by The Urban China Initiative.
Six big trends are shaping the country’s future, as investor Jeffrey Towson and McKinsey’s Jonathan Woetzel explain in this excerpt from their new book
The year ahead could see companies focus on driving productivity, CIOs becoming a hot commodity, and shopping malls going bankrupt.
The number of large companies from China will rise, profoundly altering long-established competitive dynamics around the world.
The explosive growth of China’s emerging middle class has brought sweeping economic change and social transformation.
CIOs have a key part to play as Chinese enterprises start looking to IT for business growth and global competitiveness.
The rise of digital technology has become a global business issue.
By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities.
A new report identifies 12 technologies that could drive massive economic transformations in the coming years.
A huge wave of increasingly affluent consumers will constitute China’s urban majority by 2020. To serve them, multinationals must adapt—or be left behind.
Almost overnight, China has become the world’s second-largest e-tail market.
Spending by Chinese consumers on luxury products now exceeds that of any other country.
As living standards in China continue to advance, its vast consumer market is undergoing fundamental change.
By 2020, Chinese consumers will join the ranks of the world’s choosiest and most sophisticated consumers.
The Chinese have taken to consumerism with ease, embracing thousands of new products, services, and brands.
While many other markets are flat or shrinking, luxury goods are booming in China.