China’s Megalopolises: Development and Challenges

This particular growth of cities in China is powered equally by the initiatives its government has been pushing through for the past few years as well as the extensive internal migration of the Chinese population looking for better lives. The government’s relationship with its massive population is a difficult one primarily because of the contrasting objectives they are trying to achieve. Policies to regulate internal migration as well as to prevent the country’s population to balloon rampantly were implemented by the national government. However, the desire of the local governments, particularly the provincial ones, to provide enticing consumer markets as […]

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The Next Emerging Markets After BRIC

As indicated in the recent Business Perspectives on Emerging Markets 2012 to 2017 Report conducted by the Global Intelligence Alliance or GIA, the countries China, India, Russia and Brazil which make up the famous acronym BRIC, will keep their leading spots in the list of the world’s developing markets for 2012 to 2017. In the top 30 ranking of emerging markets in which international companies will have plans of targeting from the year 2012 to 2017, most emerging markets, aside those of the BRIC, are found in Latin America or Asia with Argentina, Turkey, Mexico, Vietnam, South Africa and Indonesia […]

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The Next Emerging Markets After BRIC

As indicated in the recent Business Perspectives on Emerging Markets 2012 to 2017 Report conducted by the Global Intelligence Alliance or GIA, the countries China, India, Russia and Brazil which make up the famous acronym BRIC, will keep their leading spots in the list of the world’s developing markets for 2012 to 2017. In the top 30 ranking of emerging markets in which international companies will have plans of targeting from the year 2012 to 2017, most emerging markets, aside those of the BRIC, are found in Latin America or Asia with Argentina, Turkey, Mexico, Vietnam, South Africa and Indonesia […]

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Small Town Consumers are Shifting India’s Economy

The growth of India’s company is decelerating. As compared to the previous, it has only expanded by 5.3% this year, in the quarter of January to March, the slowest so far for the last seven years. Consumers are skimping. According to various business executives, the product sales of durable dropped by 10 to 15 per cent in March this year. Official data showed the Indian companies today used about 15% less color television and 30% less air conditioners today. […]

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