China Industry Clusters

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A comprehensive overview of China’s ambitious urbanization and industry cluster policies. Learn how businesses need to adapt to optimize business structure, attract new customers and maximize profitability across a wide variety of industries.

Overview, Table of Contents & Sample Pages below

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As the world’s largest emerging market, China has experienced significant growth under its urban development initiatives. Industry dynamics continue to evolve as the country releases more urban planning details, including the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Co-Development Plan. Therefore, it has become increasingly critical for businesses to understand where and when industry clusters are going to emerge in their key sub-national markets in China and to adjust resource allocation strategies accordingly.

This report offers detailed analysis on the Chinese government’s urbanization and industry clustering plans highlighting important implications for corporate strategic planning in China.

What you will learn

  • What are the key drivers behind the government’s urbanization agenda
  • How policy implementation is creating new industry clusters across the country (including: automotive, healthcare, chemicals, electronics, food & beverage, energy, materials and construction)
  • Understand strategies companies can deploy in subnational China to maximize their investments

What you will receive

  • Immediate access to the 38-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
  • Special discounts on future report purchases

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary3
  • Section 1: Understanding China’s Evolving Industry Concentrations3
  •   China’s Ever-Changing Market Dynamics5
  •   China’s Urbanization Landscape (1/2)6
  •   China’s Urbanization Landscape (2/2)7
  •   Pilot Urbanization Plan8
  •   City Cluster Co-Development Plan9
  •   Made in China: 2025 (1/2)10
  •   Made in China: 2025 (2/2)11
  •   Risks to Monitor12
  • Section 2: Monitoring Where Future Industry Clusters Will Develop13
  •   Future Industry Clustering14
  •   Industry Dynamics of City Clusters15
  •   Methodology: City-Level Industry Clustering16
  •   Current Industry Clustering (Industrial & Healthcare)17
  •   Current Industry Clustering (Consumer Goods & Technology)18
  •   Future Industry Clustering (Across Industries)19
  •   Super Clusters, Emerging Clusters, Frontier Clusters20
  •   Automotive Clusters21
  •   Chemical Clusters22
  •   Electronics & IT Clusters23
  •   Equipment Manufacturing Clusters24
  •   Food & Beverage Clusters25
  •   New Energy Clusters26
  •   New Materials Clusters27
  •   Construction/Building Materials Clusters28
  •   Pharma, Medical Devices & Biotech Clusters29
  • Section 3: How to Approach Your Subnational Investment Strategy30
  •   Resource Optimization for Multinationals31
  •   Customer Segmentation32
  •   Product Localization33
  •   Research & Product Development (1/2)34
  •   Research & Product Development (2/2)35
  •   Supply Chain Efficiency36
  •   Distribution Channel Excellence37
  • About Frontier Strategy Group38

Sample Pages

China Urbanization Map

Future China Industry Clustering

China Chemical Industry Cluster Example

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