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  • Changsha central Chinas dynamic pioneer2009 TOP
    Date: 11/27/2009
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    Highlight: Located in the center of Hunan province, the capital city, Changsha, leads the province's development. It is linked with coastal cities and serves as distribution hub to central China. The booming economy fueled more disposable income, and Changsha consumers are already famous for their willingness to spend and openness to try new products. Both the city��s retail and HRI sectors demonstrate good potential. Imported food items, especially fruit, crackers, frozen potato products and cheese are be...
  • Guangdong market for leather weathers the storm spells demand for A TOP
    Date: 11/23/2009
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    Highlight: Every industry and every continent felt the recession chill during the past year and a half. China is certainly not immune from it, but shows signs of weathering the storm better than many. South China��s Guangdong province accounts for 90 percent of production, the largest producer in China for leather and related products. The city of Shenzhen produces high-end footwear and leather products. Dongguan exports OEM shoes. Huidong is known for women��s footwear while Huadu is best-known for manufa...
  • Made in China. Made in Dongguan. TOP
    Date: 10/02/2009
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    Highlight: Amazing Dongguan, as the world��s mega manufacturer with thousands of factories will continually need U.S. wood to make furniture, textiles for apparel, hides for shoes and bags, foods and ingredients to feed its vast managerial workforce and business visitors. As its growing bakery, retail, hotel and restaurant sectors evolve, they will demand more quality U.S. agricultural products, but price, promotion and education are critical.
  • Shantou . . . South China's diamond in the rough TOP
    Date: 10/02/2009
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    Highlight: Shantou has developed into a promising Emerging City Market (ECM) with potential for U.S. agricultural and food products, given its well-developed economy and applicable consumer base, not to mention commercial coverage of eastern Guangdong, southern Fujian and southern Jiangxi provinces. Shantou��s nationally leading food processing sector and famous Chaozhou cuisine offer market niches for a range of U.S. ingredients, including dairy ingredients, dried fruit and nuts, seafood and beef, when av...
  • South China - maker of denim dreams TOP
    Date: 10/01/2009
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    Highlight: Guangdong province alone produces roughly half of the world��s production of denim. Most produced here is used to make jeans, originally, a quintessential American product that has become China��s most popular article of clothing. To meet demand for denim, it has to supplement domestic supplies with imported cotton. The US is its biggest supplier with sales at US$1.7 billion in 2008. Read about the Chinese industry��s many challenges and how it has fared under the global economic slowdown.
  • Why sales of U.S. alfalfa to South China are poised to grow TOP
    Date: 09/09/2009
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    Highlight: Five years ago, the US barely exported alfalfa hay to China. In 2008, the United States exported over 17,613 tons valued over US$5 million to China, the result of ATO Guangzhou and National Hay Association market activities that built appreciation of the product. Post believes South China��s appetite for U.S. alfalfa will grow given declines in Chinese hay supply and increased demand. As of April 1 of 2009, AQSIQ no longer requires fumigation for imported U.S. alfalfa hay. With proper pricing, p...
  • Made in China. Made in Dongguan TOP
    Date: 06/23/2009
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    Highlight: Amazing Dongguan, as the world��s mega manufacturer with thousands of factories, will continually need U.S. wood to make furniture, cotton for apparel, hides for shoes and bags, foods and ingredients to feed its vast professional workforce, business visitors and high income locals. As its growing bakery, retail, hotel and restaurant sectors evolve, they will demand more quality U.S. agricultural products, but price, promotion and education are critical.
  • Qingdao City Report TOP
    Date: 06/15/2009
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    Highlight: Benefiting from ongoing economic growth in Shandong Province, Qingdao is one of the most important Emerging City Markets (ECM) in northern China. Internationally known for its famous eponymous beer brand (that uses the old spelling ��Tsingtao��), the city has natural green spaces, blue skies, and a long coastline. Boosted recently by its role as 2008 Olympics co-host, the city is a major tourist and investment destination. Rising incomes, excellent port facilities and a growing economy provide ...
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