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The second quarter of 2018 witnessed a continuous growth of China’s healthcare sector. The growth was attributed to increasing demand for quality healthcare, stimulated by the country’s strong economic performance, rising incomes, ...View more details
China paper sector’s revenue in Q2 2018 dropped by 7.9% y/y to RMB 373.8bn, due to decreased sales of paper and paper products. In the second quarter of 2018, the sales volume of machine–made paper and paperboard declined by 8.5% y/y to ...View more details
In the first quarter of 2018, the gross value added of communications equipment manufacturing increased by 14.2% y/y, higher than the 12.5% y/y average growth of the overall electronic manufacturing sector, according to a report released by the ...View more details
The first quarter of 2018 witnessed a continuous growth of China’s healthcare sector, stimulated by government policies and regulations. The country’s total spending on health and family planning reached RMB 442.6bn, up by 7.8% ...View more details
Investment in China’s real estate sector accelerated in the first quarter of 2017. The value of investment reached RMB 2,129bn, which represented a growth of 10.4% compared to that in the previous quarter. Investment in the residential ...View more details
China’s rubber products sector witnessed a 21.5% y/y decline in sales to RMB 198bn in the first quarter of 2018 on the back of falling production. Sales of the largest subsector – tyres – shrank by 22.4% y/y to RMB 107.8bn, while ...View more details
The first quarter of 2018 started with significant trade tensions between the US and China, with president Trump increasing import tariffs for steel and aluminium from China and then asking for a USD 100bn cut in the trade surplus with China from ...View more details
China’s insurance sector witnessed its first quarterly contraction since 2011 amid tightening financial regulations and government control, as well as growing market competition. Insurance premiums fell by 11.2% y/y to RMB 1.4tn in the first ...View more details
In the first quarter of 2017 the revenue of China’s ferrous metal smelting and pressing sector went down by 15.2% y/y to RMB 1.4bn as a result of the drop in the production and sales volumes of steel products. On the one hand, this was caused ...View more details
China’s passenger traffic decreased for the ninth consecutive quarter, falling by 5.4% y/y to 4.5bn people in the first three months of 2018. The decline came as the highway subsector, which accounted for 78% of the total traffic, registered a ...View more details