China Billion

Supertrends Of Future China: Billion Dollar Business Opportunities for China's Olympic Decade

Supertrends Of Future China: Billion Dollar Business Opportunities for China's Olympic Decade
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company | ISBN: 9812814396 | edition 2008 | PDF | 300 pages | 11,1 mb

The Beijing Olympics in 2008 marks the beginning of an era of new business opportunities in China for 1.3 billion Chinese and the rest of the world. For investors, marketers, and businesspeople who want to understand the new drivers and business chances of the Chinese economy, Supertrends of Future China is the definitive guidebook. The authors two experts with decades of experience in Asia and both corporate and entrepreneurial track records introduce readers to China s ten supertrends: Value-adding and Innovating, Urbanizing and Servicing, Consuming and Aspiring, Inter-networking and e-Commercializing, Affluencing and Greening. These supertrends form the foundations of the best opportunities in the manufacturing, service, lifestyle, e-Commerce, telecommunications, finance, and environment industries during China s Olympic Decade.
World Gone Mobile APPs: China Rising With Next-Gen Messaging Apps

World Gone Mobile APPs: China Rising With Next-Gen Messaging Apps by Dwayne Anderson
English | 30 Jun. 2015 | ASIN: B010P27ECY | 193 Pages | True MOBI (Kindle)/(EPUB/PDF conv) | 5.3 MB

There are currently about 1.3 billion smartphones in use globally. By 2017, it’s expected that 2.5 billion users will connect
through messaging-based apps.Seven of the top 12 most-used apps are messaging based apps.Everyday an average of 20 messages a day are sent through one of these apps. In addition to Snapchat and WhatsApp, there are hidden dragon players like WeChat, LINE and KakaoTalk, which are BIG in Asia as the World has Gone Mobile.
China's Urban Billion: The Story behind the Biggest Migration in Human History

China's Urban Billion: The Story behind the Biggest Migration in Human History (Asian Arguments) by Tom Miller
2012 | ISBN: 1780321422, 1780321414 | English | 200 pages | EPUB | 0.7 MB
China's Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them

China's Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them by Savio Chan and Michael Zakkour
2014 | ISBN: 1118834747 | English | 240 pages | PDF | 1 MB
China's Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them

China's Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them by Savio Chan and Michael Zakkour
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1118834747 | 240 pages | EPUB | 1,3 MB

Chinese Consumers are Changing The World – Understand Them and Sell To Them
China has transformed itself from a feudal economy in the 19th century, to Mao and Communism in the 20th century, to the largest consumer market in the world by the early 21st century.

An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of China  

Posted by MoneyRich at Sept. 15, 2014
An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of China

An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of China by James S. Olson
Greenwood | February 24, 1998 | English | ISBN: 0313288534 | 448 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Since Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms began in the early 1980s, the People's Republic of China has rejoined global politics as a world power. The country is likely to become more open and its internal politics will no doubt affect the rest of the world. With more than 1.2 billion people divided into hundreds of ethnic groups, all dominated by the Han people, China's politics and its foreign policy are bound to be affected by ethnicity and ethnic rivalry. This book is designed to give librarians, students, scholars, and educated readers a ready reference for background information of interpreting ethnic events in China.
China's Urban Billion: The Story Behind the Biggest Migration in Human History

China's Urban Billion: The Story Behind the Biggest Migration in Human History (Asian Arguments) by Tom Miller
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1780321422 , 1780321414 | 168 pages | PDF | 1,2 MB

By 2030, China's cities will be home to 1 billion people one in every eight people on earth. What kind of lives will China's urban billion lead? And what will China's cities be like?

China Emerging : 1978 - 2008 (repost)  

Posted by libr at Jan. 20, 2014
China Emerging : 1978 - 2008 (repost)

China Emerging : 1978 - 2008 by WU Xiao-bo
English | 2009 | ISBN: 9814272353 | 180 pages | PDF | 25,2 MB

The rise of China s economy over the past thirty years is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable events in human history. People outside China consider the country s amazing transformation a mystery. Those inside China have been challenged with a colossal task taking more than 1.3 billion people from an agrarian existence into the modern world in the face of intense conflicts of interest and complicated domestic and international economic situation. No nation ever did it before; none will ever do it again.
Does the 21st Century Belong to China?: The Munk Debate on China (repost)

Henry Kissinger, Niall Ferguson, David Daokui Li, Fareed Zakaria, "Does the 21st Century Belong to China?: The Munk Debate on China"
English | ISBN: 1770890629 | November 22, 2011 | EPUB | 112 pages | 379 KB

Is China’s rise unstoppable? Powered by the human capital of 1.3 billion citizens, the latest technological advances, and a comparatively efficient system of state-directed capitalism, China seems poised to become the global superpower this century. But the Middle Kingdom also faces a series of challenges. From energy scarcity to environmental degradation to political unrest and growing global security burdens, a host of factors could derail China’s global ascent.
Making Capitalism in China: The Taiwan Connection (repost)

Making Capitalism in China: The Taiwan Connection by You-tien Hsing
English | April 30, 1998 | ISBN-10: 0195103246 | 264 pages | PDF | 16.2 Mb

Even as relations between Taiwan and the People's Republic of China continue to be strained, investment by Taiwanese businesses in China is growing every year. Between 1978 and 1994, Taiwan businesses invested $10 billion in China, 10% of the total foreign investment during that period.