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What Is The Future Of E-Commerce In China?

China announced a mere 6.7 percent economic growth in July 2018, the lowest growth rate since 2016. Despite a slowdown in overall economic growth, Chinese e-commerce has only increased, accounting for 40 percent of all worldwide e-commerce today, compared to a mere 20...

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Craft Beer Market in China

Economic growth, rising wages, and purchasing power have made it possible to develop substantially new consumption patterns for Asian markets. The trade in alcoholic beverages, including that of beer, has undergone a sharp increase in the Asia-Pacific...

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Native Ads Agency in China

Native ads are a form of marketing advertisement Native ads are a form of marketing advertisement. Prior to the native ads, advertisers traditionally launch an ad placing a banner ad on a webpage or serve an ad before a video plays. China’s native ads market is...

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Smart Guide For Crowdfunding in China

Smart Guide for crowdfunding in China. Crowdfunding, funding a project through online donations, has become a popular way to invest in the West; but in China, it’s a relatively nascent industry with enormous potential for future growth. By the end of April...

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The contraception market in China

Do you want to sell contraceptives such as condoms in China? Not that easy ...The example of Durex the famous brand of condoms will show you that ... Durex is a brand that soon turns 89 and sells condoms to just over a quarter of the world. Holding 30% of the market...

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How to Sell Vitamins in China

Following the surge of the middle class in China, increasing demand in healthy as well as high-quality food and supplement is a trend cannot be ignored. More and more Chinese people are willing to take vitamins or supplement which is good for health and...

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How to sell on Tmall Global

Alibaba's shopping platforms, including Taobao (consumer-to-consumer) and Tmall (business-to-consumer), are frequented by Chinese consumers looking for ways to buy brands that may not be available to them in physical stores where they live. And for more...

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