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The Realities of Chinese Consumption

What is the current state of consumption growth in China?
  • Appraising the shift from investment- to consumption-led growth 
  • Assessing the key drivers of and constraints on consumption
  • What do momentous demographic shifts mean for future consumption?  
  • Where is consumption growth strongest: locations, dynamics, and consumer segments? 
  • Where and how is COVID-19 likely to impact Chinese consumption and the consumption outlook in the future?

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China Consumption Story: Year End 2019

December 12, 2019 | CHINA CENTER PUBLICATIONS

A Wealth of Opportunity

November 03, 2016 | THE DEMAND INSTITUTE

China's Connected Spenders & Car Demand

September 14, 2016 | BOOK

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