Export.gov: China - Market Opportunities
In general, U.S. companies continue to feel that China’s growing middle class will lead to market opportunities across a number of industries. According to AmCham, companies in consumer-based industries and the services sector are the most likely to prioritize China in growth plans, while industrial and resources companies are the least likely. Consumer-based and services sector companies view e-commerce as an explosive area for growth. Companies in the services sector by a wide margin (71%) expect to benefit from the globalization of Chinese companies and increased outbound investment. Companies in the industrial and resources industries expect to benefit from China’s urbanization push and continued support for infrastructure projects. Companies offering clean energy goods or services stand to benefit from stronger environmental regulation and more stringent emissions standards. Some top sectors we will explore in this report include:
Energy & Environment
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