Shanghai factories reopen despite lockdown

Shanghai factories reopen

Since Shanghai was put under hard lockdown, many factories halted production. As the situation normalizes, Shanghai factories reopen to ensure economic growth and reach the planned annual growth rate for this year. China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has … Read more

Cost of living in Guangzhou

Cost of living in Guangzhou

Guangzhou (also known as Canton) is the city of the largest and oldest trade fair in the world. A city of business that is eagerly visited by numerous entrepreneurs from around the world. The capital of Guangdong Province has over … Read more

Cost of living in Beijing

Cost of living in Beijing

Beijing, the capital of China, is a city often visited by tourists. This is the second (after Shanghai) city in terms of population in China, and, in addition, one of the four separated cities bordering the Hebei province and the … Read more

Days off in China

Days off in China

International cooperation requires adaptation to the circumstances of both countries. Entrepreneurs dealing with Chinese businesspeople should be particularly aware of the irregular calendar of Chinese holidays. Those traveling to China should also be mindful of the dates of public holidays. … Read more

Cost of living in Shanghai

Cost of living in Shanghai

Shanghai is one of the most popular cities in China, willingly visited by numerous tourists from around the world. Some of them decide to go on a tourist trip, while others plan to stay there for a little longer. Many … Read more

Mastercard gets green light in China

Mastercard has obtained preliminary approval to create and operate bank cards in RMB. Mastercard’s activity in China is gaining access to the $27 trillion payments market (2018) as part of the financial opening of China. The new Mastercard project is … Read more

E-commerce in China – infographic

Ecommerce in China

China is the largest e-commerce market in the world. The Chinese shop online much more often than the rest of the world. Among the products that the Chinese buy online are clothes, cosmetics, electronics, and even food (more than 50% … Read more

Global brands in China

Global brands in China

The Chinese market is still opening up for foreign products. The development of global brands in China is gaining momentum. Leading companies have plans to open a large number of branches in China in the upcoming years. Foreign brands are … Read more

Infographics – The Rise of Chinese B2C ecommerce

Ecommerce in China

China is among the countries with the biggest potential for developing eCommerce. In western countries, buying goods online is already very popular, and most of the citizens have access to broadband internet and the necessary knowledge of how to use … Read more

Trends and statistics of Chinese e-commerce

Trends and statistics of Chinese e-commerce

The Chinese e-commerce market is expanding. The added value of the digital economy in China accounted for more than 38% of the country’s GDP. Almost ¼ of physical goods (FMCG) were bought online, compared to 4% in the US. It … Read more

Chinese visa regulations

New Chinese visa regulations

The growing importance of China is reflected not only in the big number of Chinese companies making big investments overseas but also in the influx of foreign nationals into China. If you do business in China and plan to go … Read more

Baidu – a persistent search for the ideal

Baidu

A typical internet user has several habits that he formed over the years. If we want to search for information, we usually open Google even without thinking. The corporation from Mountain View has practically monopolized the world’s internet search market, … Read more

WeChat – mobile communication, mobile business

WeChat

Tablets and smartphones have conquered the Chinese market. There are over 970 million smartphone and 460 million tablet users in China. There is a lot of potential in the Chinese mobile apps market. Tencent Holding, which developed popular QQ messenger … Read more