2point6billion.com discusses business and investment news rising from the geopolitical relations of China and India, and the interactions these two countries have with the rest of emerging Asia.
This report contains a series of essays and commentary written by Chris Devonshire-Ellis on the development and repositioning of China and India. Containing the latest in demographics and available trade figures, the report looks at the perceived progression of the Indian market in particular and how this is being impacted by an increase in China overheads and the development of wealth creation within China’s own consumer market.
Having confirmed the world’s largest coal deposits, and second largest deposits of copper, plus massive reserves of silver, gold, uranium and many other rare earths and other minerals, Mongolia is poised on the cusp on becoming a truly global player in the world commodity market. It already has the world’s fastest appreciating currency, and GDP growth is set to rise at 30 percent annually from 2013.
This new, 12-page introduction features the very latest developments in Mongolia in terms of foreign investment in the country. With contents derived from speeches made by, and interviews with the Mongolian president, prime minister, finance minister and Resources Ministry, this report outlines both the opportunities and development risks in the country.
As costs in China begin to rise, an increasing number of companies are looking at either relocating, or considering moving part of their facilities to lower cost markets in Asia. This makes sense, China as a consumer market is beginning to become wealthier, while the lower production costs available elsewhere make sense for supplying the global market.
In this special report we take a look at the operational costs of a typical factory in South China, and make comparisons between these are similar operations in India and Vietnam. We also take a look at Indochina – home to even cheaper labor, and additionally examine the legal and tax positions of China, India and Vietnam, looking at where future policies concerning attracting FDI are heading.
As this new century moves onto its second decade, it is apparent that the rise of China has spurred other regional economies forward. With that comes choice, and I hope that the contents within this report will enable the Asia based executive to begin to consider markets beyond that of China’s borders. The opportunities are there.
The Greater Tumen Initiative is an intergovernmental cooperation mechanism in Northeast Asia, supported by the United Nations Development Program, with a membership of five countries: People’s Republic of China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea, Mongolia and Russian Federation. This guide is an overview to the Tumen region, an area possesses enormous potential for investment and job opportunities with its skilled, educated and low-cost labor pool. The Tumen River ties this region together at the crossroads of vital trade, transport and energy routes. Rich in gas, oil and minerals, the Greater Tumen Region has easy access to affluent markets in the five GTI member countries and Japan, representing over 500 million consumers. The huge economic potential of the Tumen River region can only be fully harnessed through dynamic cooperation among its neighbors and sharing of resources.
The China Briefing Business Guide to Doing Business in China is the definitive guide to one of the fastest growing economies in the world, providing a thorough and in-depth analysis of China, its history, key demographics and overviews of the major cities, provinces and autonomous regions highlighting business opportunities and infrastructure in place in each region. A comprehensive guide to investing in China is also included with information on FDI trends, business establishment procedures, economic zone information and labor and tax considerations.
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In this issue, we expand our horizons and take a look at emerging Asia. Using statistics researched by the global financial services firm UBS, we extrapolated and added additional figures to help analyze the major cities in Asia, including Bangkok, Beijing, Delhi, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei. For China, the numbers clearly demonstrated that the country is becoming more expensive for business, while lower cost centers in India and Southeast Asia are beginning to become more attractive. However, while the costs of operating in China are rising, so is the standard of living, and with it, the tremendous opportunities this increase in salaries will bring to both investors and the emerging consumer class.
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