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Emerging Market Champions: Chinese vs Indian Cities – Where Do the Differences Lie?

The narrative which speaks of India and China leading global growth in the long term, consistent with the ‘Asian Century’ trend which suggests the increasing dominance of Asian economies in economic affairs over the 21st Century, has been widely voiced. Nonetheless, inherent differences are present between the two countries, especially when looking through the lens […]
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Insights from Food Vision Asia 2017

Following the first Food Vision Asia last year, this year’s was once again attended by Euromonitor International. This article will cast the spotlight on alternative sources of protein again, an indication that it is an up-and-coming trend here to stay. The other industry developments discussed were product reformulation and fortification. Relooking into the nutrients and […]
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Industry 4.0: China to Challenge Germany in Race for Industry 4.0 Adoption

The Chinese government recently released implementation guidelines for the “Made in China 2025” strategy. The guidelines outline the Chinese manufacturing sector refurbishment, emphasising innovations-based production, which should lift the country into a higher value-added economy. The strategy, which is in essence similar to Germany’s economy digitisation “Industrie 4.0” programme, creates one of the largest rivalries to […]
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Future of Logistics: Is India Succeeding in Bridging the Infrastructure Gap?

India‘s ambitious Make In India programme, to boost local manufacturing, coupled with the rapidly growing retail sector and exponentially growing demand for logistics services are inevitably placing infrastructure improvements at the top of priority lists for successful economic development. Infrastructure inefficiency remains India’s main issue that the country is feverishly struggling to overcome. India has made solid […]
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China: Consumer Lifestyles in 2016

The country is at a turning point in terms of consumer lifestyles and the generational gap between younger consumers and those who endured the Cultural Revolution. Older consumers are fastidious savers and work defines them, whereas the younger generation are drastically different. They are comfortable spending and they are increasingly individualistic and independent. They want […]
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