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  • Emerging City Market: Dalian, the Pearl of the North TOP
    Date: 12/11/2007
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  • Suzhou: An Emerging City Market in the Yangtze River Delta TOP
    Date: 10/26/2007
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    Highlight: Considered the ideal weekend getaway place for Shanghainese, peaceful and secluded, Suzhou has long been regarded as Shanghai��s backyard. Today, with 113 Fortune 500 companies infusing their investment dollars into this historic tourist city, Suzhou has become the leading economic player and major international force of the entire Yangtze Delta (YRD) region. Suzhou is not the backyard anymore; it is second only to Shanghai in economic importance in the YRD
  • Hangzhou: A Growing Market in a Fertile Land TOP
    Date: 10/17/2007
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    Highlight: Hangzhou is at the cutting edge of economic growth and has been ranked as "Mainland China's Best Commercial City" for three consecutive years. The city is ideally located near Shanghai and nestled in the Yangtze River Delta, providing opportunities for international trade as well as market development further inland. The World Bank has listed Hangzhou as one of six "Golden Cities" for outstanding investment environment in China.
  • Tianjin ECM: Gateway to the North TOP
    Date: 10/10/2007
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    Highlight: The largest port city in Northern China, and ranked as the world's sixth largest port, Tianjin has evolved from an imperial capital into a major industrial hub. Easy to reach by land, air, and sea, it is an important distribution center for goods being transported to Northern and Western China. Given its proximity to Beijing, Tianjin has become a popular destination for Beijingers' lavish weddings and banquets during festivals. Tianjin's status as co-host of the 2008 Olympic football games, its improving infrastructure, rising quality of life, continuing economic growth, and large population of foreign students and expatriates have all combined to create excellent market potential for food and agricultural product imports.
  • Wenzhou: Am Emerging Market on China's East Coast TOP
    Date: 09/24/2007
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    Highlight: Wenzhou, with a recorded civilization dating back 4,000 years, has become a catchword for the entrepreneurial spirit sweeping China in the past couple of years. With a population of 7.5 million but only a small amount of arable land per capita, Wenzhou has developed a strong trading culture. Wenzhou was the first city to set up individual and private enterprises in China after the free-market reforms started in the early 1980s, and currently over 95% of businesses in Wenzhou are privately owned. Starting out with distinct disadvantages, Wenzhou is now one of the richest cities in China. While infrastructure improvement and direct foreign investment have been modest in recent years, prospects for imported foods are changing. It is good potential market with high consumption levels, though it will take some time and a lot of eduction and promotional efforts to make it a ready market for American food and beverage products.
  • Xiamen: Fujian��s Booming Southern Port City TOP
    Date: 09/10/2007
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    Highlight: With the rapid expansion of the retail, restaurant, hotel and tourism sectors as well as higher income levels, post expects the Xiamen market will present more opportunities for U.S. agricultural products in years to come. However, the market is highly competitive so U.S. products need to differentiate themselves from competitors through pricing, unique attributes and/or strong product support. A well-defined market plan plus commitment to long-term strategy and market promotion are key. This report is based on interviews with senior supermarket managers, restaurant executives, top governmental officials and major traders in Xiamen.
  • Xi��an: Gateway to the West TOP
    Date: 07/27/2007
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    Highlight: Renowned for its many historical landmarks and heavy industry, Xi��an is evolving into a business gateway to the vast western regions of China. The economy of China��s West is rapidly gaining on that of the East, where land, labor and other costs have skyrocketed in recent years. As a result, Xi��an has emerged as one of the main focal points of the Great Western Development Project launched by the Chinese government. While the market share of foreign-invested businesses is limited, increased investment, improved infrastructure, and preferential development policies have all combined to support growth. The increasingly affluent population, combined with millions of domestic and international visitors each year, has created opportunities for imported food and agricultural products.
  • South China is Ready for U.S. Alfalfa TOP
    Date: 03/27/2007
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