Tech for Global, Globalization Footprints of the Established and the New

Tech for Global, Globalization Footprints of the Established and the New

Tech for Global, Globalization Footprints of the Established and the New

Consumer Discretionary, Healthcare, Real Estate Author: Yingwei Fu May 29, 2020 08:30 PM (GMT+8)

Contributors-

EditorLuke Sheehan

Pages41

CopyrightEqualOcean Intelligence

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Introduction

Named for much of the past half-century 'The World's Factory,' China has bonded with other economic bodies profoundly and widely through the years, from trade activities to cultural communications. In this report, we will discuss the landscape of Chinese A-share companies' overseas growth, sectors with extraordinary performance (like e-commerce and fintech) and global expansions of other millennium companies.

Highlights

  • China's A-share companies are mostly traditional industry players, but the landscape is changing; as they expand globally, companies with more add-on value are taking the lead
  • The electronics sector is a global industry where Chinese players are significant to the global supply value chain: their footprints have lately expanded
  • Chinese Internet giants – such as Tencent and Alibaba – are more aggressive in global expansion; they learned from their success in China and are attempting to triumph in the new regions by building local ecosystems

Contents

  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The Established Lead in the Front
  • 3 The World's Factory
  • 4 Giants' ecosystem in construction
  • 5 Orient to Future
  • 6 Appendix

In this report

3
regions

contain most Chinese outbound businesses

31
charts

depicting Chinese companies' overseas business scope

Selected reports
2022 China’s Healthcare Industry: An Introductory Handbook
2022 - Report on China’s Automobile Technology Market
An Overview of China's Industrial Metaverse in 2022 and Beyond
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