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China’s growing middle class, rapid urbanization, and increasing income is likely to present immense opportunities for growth, and the Chinese economy is expected to reach an estimated $13.6 trillion by 2017 with a CAGR of 11% from 2012-2017.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed investment opportunities in China and presents its findings in “Investment Opportunities in China 2012-2017: Country and City Analysis.”

The manufacturing sector of China was the major contributor in economic growth, followed by the service sector and agriculture in 2011. China has rapidly growing urban areas, which based on current economic trends, will see even greater demand for urban infrastructure, real estate, and services. In 2011, the top 20 cities of China contributed 35% of the nation’s GDP. The metropolitan cities of China are equipped with much untapped potential to continue contributing significantly to the national GDP. Major factors such as location, stage of development, industrial base, demographics, literacy rate, and local and national policies in those metro areas set the conditions for higher economic performance.

Lucintel’s research indicates that China’s rapidly growing economy still holds huge potential. Government stability is a major strength for the Chinese economy because the decision-making process is streamlined compared to other countries. Quick implementation of policies helps reduce the obstacles to economic growth. China’s major strengths will bolster its next phase of sustainable development.

This report covers the macroeconomic scenario of the Chinese economy including GDP, interest rate, inflation, and reserves. This report is designed to help the reader know the current economic scenario of the Chinese economy and to further help make decisions regarding investments. The macroeconomic research in the reports provides investors with historical events in the Chinese economy, including increases and decreases in the GDP.

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of this report:


  • Trend and forecast for key macroeconomic variables that are useful to make major investment decision.
  • Analyses of market size, drivers and challenges in key industries such as automobile, IT, retail, telecommunication, etc.
  • In-depth insights about the legal environment, natural resource and status of infrastructure in the country.
  • Benchmarking of top cities in various parameters to identify best cities for business expansion.
  • More than 78 figures/charts and 47 tables are provided in this roughly 170-page report.

Benefits of a Lucintel Report:
 
  • Lucintel’s core competency is in market research and management consulting. In the last 14 years, Lucintel has worked on hundreds of market research studies. Lucintel’s reports offer the following benefits:
  • Fine tune your business expansion planning with understanding of domestic demand analysis and demographics structure analysis.
  • Explore business opportunities with the analysis of key industries, potential sectors and by understanding drivers and challenges of each industry.
  • Know the business environment of the country using analysis of investment climate and risk assessment.
  • Identify best cities to invest by knowing benchmarking of top cities on different parameters.
 
1. Executive Summary  

 2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of China  
 2.1. Geographic, Political and Demographic Overview  
 2.2. Macroeconomic Overview  
 2.2.1. Real Economy  
 2.2.2. External Economy  

 3. Overview of Key Industries  
 3.1. Manufacturing Sector  
 3.1.1. Automobile Industry  
 3.1.2. Electronics Industry  
 3.1.3. Construction Industry  
 3.2. Service Sector  
 3.2.1. Telecommunication Sector  
 3.2.2. Retail Sector  
 3.2.3. Energy Industry  
 3.2.4. Coal  
 3.2.5. Oil  
 3.2.6. Electricity  
 3.3. Emerging Markets  

 4. Investment Climate  
 4.1. Regulatory Framework  
 4.1.1. Regulatory Policies  
 4.1.2. Fiscal and Monetary Policy  
 4.2. Infrastructure Development  
 4.2.1. Transport and Logistics  
 4.3. Chinese Industry Incentives and Financial Availability  
 4.4. Resources  
 4.4.1. Human Resources  
 4.4.2. Natural Resources  

 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities  
 5.1. Demographic Overview  
 5.2. Economic Overview  
 5.4. Corporate and Financial Model  
 5.5. City Benchmarking  

 6. Risk Assessment  
 6.1. Internal and External Debt  
 6.2. Current Account Surplus and Balance of Payment  

List of Figures  
List of Tables  
Disclaimer  
Copyright  
About Us  
Abbreviation

List of Figures

Chapter 2: Background and Macroeconomic Environment of China
Figure 2.1: China’s population growth trend
Figure 2.2: China’s working age population
Figure 2.3: Top 10 economies of the world
Figure 2.4: China’s current global position
Figure 2.5: Trend of real GDP growth rate at different crisis periods
Figure 2.6: Forecast of real GDP growth rate
Figure 2.7: Trend of gross national income and per capita GNI
Figure 2.8: Trend of GDP at current price
Figure 2.9: Trend of index industrial production
Figure 2.10: Trend of sectoral growth volatility
Figure 2.11: Quarterly trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 2.12: Annual trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 2.13: Trend of revenue and expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.14: Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.15: Trend of international capital inflows
Figure 2.16: Trend of foreign exchange reserves and exchange rate
Figure 2.17: Trend of China’s international trade
Figure 2.18: Trend of exports as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.19: Imports by commodity
Figure 2.20: Regional scenario of China’s imports
Figure 2.21: China’s exports by commodity
Figure 2.22: Regional scenario of China’s exports

Chapter 3: Overview of Key Industries
Figure 3.1: GDP sectoral contribution
Figure 3.2: Share of different sectors to GDP
Figure 3.3: Drivers and challenges of Chinese automotive industry
Figure 3.4: Market share of Chinese automobile industry
Figure 3.5: Market share of Chinese automobile industry
Figure 3.6: Growth trend of automobile exports
Figure 3.7: Chinese automotive exports to world
Figure 3.8: Trend of vehicle sales per thousand people in China
Figure 3.9: Trend of vehicle sales per thousand people in USA
Figure 3.10: Trend of vehicles sales per thousand people in India
Figure 3.11: Drivers and challenges of Chinese electronics industry
Figure 3.12: Comparative trend of electronics industry and GDP
Figure 3.13: Trend for sales revenue of electronics industry
Figure 3.14: Drivers and challenges of Chinese construction sector
Figure 3.15: Trend of construction sector’s share in GDP
Figure 3.16: Drivers and challenges of Chinese telecom industry
Figure 3.17: Trend for number of mobile and fixed telephone subscribers in China
Figure 3.18: Trend for number of mobile and fixed telephone subscribers in India
Figure 3.19: Growth trend of Chinese mobile cellular subscribers
Figure 3.20: Growth trend of Chinese fixed telephone lines
Figure 3.21: Total retail sales of consumer goods
Figure 3.22: Drivers and challenges of Chinese retail sector
Figure 3.23: Trend of coal deficit in China
Figure 3.24: Trend of oil deficit in China
Figure 3.25: Trend of electricity deficit in China

Chapter 4: Investment Climate
Figure 4.1: Trend of internet and broadband subscribers

Chapter 5: Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities
Figure 5.1: Population growth of top and emerging metros
Figure 5.2: Index of demographic and human resource model –top cities
Figure 5.3: Index of demographic and human resource model – emerging cities
Figure 5.4: Index of economic model- top cities
Figure 5.5: Index of economic model- emerging cities
Figure 5.6: Shanghai GDP composition
Figure 5.7: Hong Kong’s GDP composition
Figure 5.8: Beijing’s GDP composition
Figure 5.9: Guangdong’s GDP composition
Figure 5.10: Tianjin’s GDP composition
Figure 5.11: Chongqing’s GDP composition
Figure 5.12: Zheijiang’s GDP composition
Figure 5.13: Shandong’s GDP composition
Figure 5.14: Sichuan’s GDP composition
Figure 5.15: Hubei’s GDP composition
Figure 5.16: Liaoning’s GDP composition
Figure 5.17: Jiangsu’s GDP composition
Figure 5.18: Henan’s GDP composition
Figure 5.19: Heilongjiang’s GDP composition
Figure 5.20: Shaanxi’s GDP composition
Figure 5.21: Shaanxi’s GDP composition
Figure 5.22: Jiangxi’s GDP composition
Figure 5.23: Index for infrastructure – top cities
Figure 5.24: Index for infrastructure – emerging cities
Figure 5.25: Index for corporate and financial – top cities
Figure 5.26: Index for corporate and financial – emerging cities
Figure 5.27: Investment attractiveness matrix

Chapter 6: Risk Assessment
Figure 6.1: Trend of debt position of China
Figure 6.2: Trend of current account balance and share in GDP
Figure 6.3: Trend of balance of payment

List of Tables

Chapter 2: Background and Macroeconomic Environment of China
Table 2.1: Geographical Profile of China
Table 2.2: Demographic and Political Overview of China
Table 2.3: FDI Inflows by Country

Chapter 3: Overview of Key Industries
Table 3.1: Ranking of Top 10 Retail Chains (2010)

Chapter 4: Investment Climate
Table 4.1: Tax rates of china for an individual in 2011
Table 4.2: Individual income tax rates schedule
Table 4.3: VAT taxable items and rates
Table 4.4: Top 10 airports by passenger traffic (2011)
Table 4.5: Top 10 seaports by cargo traffic (2011)

Chapter 5: Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities
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Lucintel has been closely tracking and conducting research on and for the composites, since 1998. Lucintel has also forayed in economics and other verticals such as industry analysis and company profiles. This research project was designed for the purposes of determining the evaluation of political, social, economic, and business risk opportunities in China. In order to ensure fairness with our analysis, we compared several factors to align the current performance and, more importantly, the future prospects.
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  • Our analysts used the following sources for the creation and completion of this valuable report:
  • Regression analysis of GDP of Czech Republic’s economy and major industries
  • In-depth secondary research from financial statements and annual reports of the China national  Bank
  • Extensive search of current published literature, market, and database information including industry news, company press releases, and customer intentions
  • A compilation of the experiences, judgments, and insights of Lucintel's professional network, who have analyzed and tracked the economic marketplace for a decade
Lucintel collects a significant amount of uninterpreted data from a variety of sources and converts this into intelligent data as follows. The intelligent data is used by our clients for making confident business decisions

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