China is positioned to be the largest global economy by 2030. China is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and industrial nations.
Earlier this year, Mr. Lu Junqing, Chairman of the Board at ToJoy, was interviewed by business journalist, Ai Jing, from Chinese news outlet sina.com.
China fostered 97 unicorns – start-ups valued at least US$1 billion – last year, despite an economic slowdown and a prolonged trade war with the United States, according to Shanghai-based research firm Hurun Report.
China’s first batch of mutual funds targeting Shanghai’s Nasdaq-style technology board have sold out quickly, reflecting keen investor interest in the sector and also raising concerns about price bubbles on the new board set to launch as early as June.
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The subject of how to market and sell to companies based in China is one that is discussed interminably by overseas corporations seeking to benefit from the vast potential of the country.
Private technology companies in China have led their U.S. counterparts in venture capital fundraising throughout the surpassing majority of 2018.
The melamine scandal that year proved to be an eye-opener for Beijing – it was the catalyst to increase focus on building a more efficient and professional agricultural sector.
The most frequent inquiry we’ve had over the past few years is “how do I set up a WeChat Official Account if I’m based outside of China?”
Final consumption expenditure’s contribution to economic growth reached 78.5 percent in the first half of 2018 with strong momentum in service consumption, People’s Daily reported on Monday.
Last November, to much anticipation and excitement, ToJoy Holding Group, Ltd. unveiled the Chinese Unicorn Investors Club, co-led by New Investors Association (NIA), an organization initiated by The Economic Observer.