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Chinese New Year Windfall
Hopes were high in Taiwan that the lead-up to Chinese New Year 2018 would be a bumper period for the island's retailers, among other sectors, following an economic rebound in 2017.
29 March 2018
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Taiwan Looks South
With far more Muslims in the Asia-Pacific region than in the Middle East, it's no surprise that many Asian businesses in general – and Taiwanese businesses in particular – are getting serious about the halal sector.
21 March 2018
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Premises at a Premium for Pets in China
Introducing a pet into the family home has never been more popular on the Chinese mainland. The trend has led to soaring demand for a range of related products and services, including specialist foods, vets and boarding facilities.
14 March 2018
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Reinventing Taiwan’s Tourism Strategy
Taiwan’s tourism industry has been hurt by changes in cross-strait relations since the 2016 election of the island’s leader Tsai Ing-wen.
7 March 2018
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Budding Business
The flower sector has been among the beneficiaries of the rise in disposable income of Chinese mainland consumers.
28 Feb 2018
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Bringing Back the Sparkle in China’s Gem Business
Jewellery sales across the Chinese mainland have plateaued in recent years, a trend reflected at the November China International Gold Jewellery and Gem Fair in Shanghai.
14 Feb 2018
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Toasting Boutique Brands in China
In 2016, the Chinese mainland debut of ProWine China attracted 12,431 visitors – of which 10 per cent came from outside China – as well as 650 exhibitors from 37 countries and territories.
12 Feb 2018
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Taiwan’s Fourth Industrial Revolution
Last November, Taiwan's Legislative Yuan passed the third reading of the Industrial Innovation Act, a new legislation aimed at revitalising the domestic industrial sector.
5 Feb 2018
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Top Dog
With the pet-product market all but saturated in many of the world's more developed countries, the potential size of the China market, as well as the surge in pet-ownership levels there, have proved irresistible for global businesses targetting the sector, as highlighted by the November China International Pet Show (CIPS) in Shanghai, which featured more than its fair share of overseas exhibitors.
23 Jan 2018
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Tech Development Bears Fruit
Globalisation and enhanced cultivation and distribution practices made possible by today's technology have markedly changed the fresh-fruit sector, nowhere more so than in China.
17 Jan 2018
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New Era of Economic Cooperation
When Chinese President Xi Jinping outlined ambitious plans to transform China's economic base by 2050 at this year's National Party Congress in Beijing, his words held particular significance for many businesses operating in Hong Kong and Taiwan, with both economies potential beneficiaries of the mainland's expansive new era.
9 Jan 2018
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Success on a Plate
According to a recent report by Shanghai-based market-research company Daxue Consulting, China may soon become the world’s second-largest market for bakery products.
4 Jan 2018
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Green Systems
Integrated environmental solution suppliers stole the show at September's International Environmental Expo in Guangzhou.
20 Dec 2017
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Niche Market Focus
Despite an overall slowdown in the garment sector, many exhibitors at the October China International Fashion Fair (CHIC) in Shanghai seemed to be weathering the storm by exploring a particular niche.
13 Dec 2017
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Taiwan Extends Plastic Bag Ban
With its 15-year-old ban on free plastic bags set to be extended to a wider range of retail sectors starting in January, Taiwan is looking to confirm its reputation for environmental responsibility and eco-friendly legislation.
6 Dec 2017
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Selling Smart Homes
The global smart-home market is predicted to be worth US$137.9 billion by 2023, with annual growth expected to be about 13.6 per cent over the next five years.
29 Nov 2017
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A Model Business
While the term "model kit" has traditionally been taken to generically refer to a broad range of scaled-down toy products, particularly cars or aircraft, a more specific use was coined in 2004 by ACTtoys.net, China's leading animated toy platform.
22 Nov 2017
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Weaving Profits amid Global Slowdown
Alongside Istanbul's Evteks and Frankfurt's Heimtextil, the Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is ranked one of the most important trade fairs in the domestic-fabrics sectors.
15 Nov 2017
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Delivering the Full Package
According to a recent survey (2017 Q3) by the China Tourism Academy, some 84.9 per cent of all Chinese mainland residents intend to travel for leisure purposes at some point in the near future.
8 Nov 2017
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Leather Sector Bootstraps its Way Amid Changes
China has long dominated global demand for the leather sector.
6 Nov 2017
 
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