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  • North China Market Profile TOP
    Date: 09/03/2012
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    Highlight: North China is a booming market with a combined GDP comparable to that of Brazil. Its diverse markets hold a wealth of opportunities for enterprising exporters.
  • Deyang Emerging City Market Report TOP
    Date: 08/01/2012
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    Highlight: Deyang, an industrial city located in the northeast part of Sichuan province, has recently demonstrated rapid growth and currently ranks as the province¡¯s third largest economy. With a population of almost four million and per capita income above the provincial average, Deyang is a largely untapped market for American products. People are starting to try new imported food products for better quality and safety; however, increased market access could be difficult. Retail procurement is highly c...
  • Suzhou Profile Update TOP
    Date: 08/11/2010
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    Highlight: Suzhou¡¯s history stretches back 2,500 years, making it a tourist destination and cultural city. However, in the past decade, it has become renowned for its fast-developing economy. ATO staff reported on Suzhou in 2004 and 2007, and this report is an update on the city, with more emphasis placed on prospects for non-food agricultural products from U.S. in Suzhou Municipality. Suzhou GDP ranks No. 1 in second tier cities in China in 2009, following the four big giants Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou...
  • Yangzhou City Profile TOP
    Date: 08/11/2010
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    Highlight: Yangzhou is one of the many large but poorly understood cities that dot the country surrounding Shanghai. As costs in Shanghai rise, these cities are becoming the focus of new growth, and in the process building regional distribution opportunities that will make large-scale food imports more practical.
  • Ningbo Profile - An Emerging City Market in East China TOP
    Date: 08/09/2010
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    Highlight: Located in Zhejiang Province, Ningbo is a fast-growing coastal city and is world's 4th largest port. GDP was 421 billion RMB (62 billion USD) in 2009. Ningbo is an emerging consumer market where supermarket chains earned 15.5 billion RMB (2.3 billion USD ) In revenue last year. Imported product penetration is small but growing. In retail stores, people buy imported products as gifts. The other growing sector is high-end hotel restaurants. Products such as seafood, fresh fruit, wine and liquor will do well as the number of high end five-star hotels continues to expand in Ningbo. There are more opportunities for American food ingredients, but promotion is needed to provide product knowledge so chefs and consumers know how to use the new ingredients.
  • Taizhou - The Cradle of Private Enterprise in China TOP
    Date: 08/09/2010
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    Highlight: Taizhou is a coastal city to the southern of Shanghai situated in the middle of Zhejiang Province. As the origin of the private enterprise system in China, it has developed dramatically in the past 10 years. Over 96% of businesses in Taizhou are privately owned, and family car ownership ranks the highest in China. It is the national leader in canned food processing industry, and has became an important manufacturing bases of automobiles, motorbikes, pharmaceutical medicine, plastic molds, textil...
  • The Rise of Mid-to-High End Chinese Restaurant Chains in Shanghai TOP
    Date: 07/01/2010
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    Highlight: Shanghai is home to the largest restaurant industry in China. In 2009, sales were up 13 percent to 70 billion Rmb ($10.3 billion). There are currently 38,000 restaurants in Shanghai falling into four main categories ¨C Chinese, Western, Fast Food, and Casual Dining. Within the past five years, restaurant chains have become a dominant player in every category. This trend is shaping the industry as consumers demand higher quality food and become more brand loyal. Upscale Chinese restaurant cha...
  • Hebei Province Report TOP
    Date: 04/30/2010
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    Highlight: Named for its location north of the Yellow River, Hebei Province is famous for its agricultural production, mineral resources and industry. Although the region is home to almost 70 million people, the province lives in the shadow of its more glamorous neighbors in Beijing and Tianjin. Despite this, Hebei¡¯s high growth and increasing standard of living have contributed to a rapid evolution of the local food market. The low cost of doing business, proximity to good ports and a rapidly developin...
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