The China Integrated Analysis is our newsletter published on a regular basis, discussing the latest business trends along with providing practical operational tips that we share from our acquired know-how.
China grew 6.6% in 2018, a less than impressive figure when reading press headlines reporting the slowest growth in 28 years. Yet China added USD 850 Bio to its GDP. In fact, it is no small feat since this increase is more than the total 2018 GDP of Switzerland ($709 Bio).
And Switzerland is one of the world top 20 economies.
No wonder then, when recasting China’s economic performance in comparison of other countries GDP, that the Swiss Business in China Survey (which we co-conducted in December 2018) shows very good results for Swiss (and international) companies in 2018.
While US policy seems to have become less predictable than China’s intended path, much information is available on the USA’s development. China’s goals and challenges, however, are much less analyzed. Understanding them will allow business leaders to better steer their own path in a changing world.
Is China headed for an economic crisis?
Is the new leadership reformist, or Maoist?
China’s new leaders have announced far reaching reforms to put the country in a position to develop further as a society and as a nation. This analysis examines critical aspects of China’s economic development and what they mean for businesses.