Respondents to a recent HKTDC Research survey on the mainland packaged food market had bought an average of 3.37 types of dairy products in the last three. The market for ultra-high temperature processing (UHT) yoghurt ranking as the second most frequently bought dairy product, has been expanding rapidly. Manufacturing date, expiry date and nutrition are also consumers’ primary considerations when buying dairy products. More
In 2017, Dongguan accounted for 16.7% of Guangdong’s total exports in value terms, solely trailing Shenzhen. Of Dongguan’s total 2017 exports, machinery and electrical products accounted for 74.5%, with 41.2% of the exports are also designated as high-tech products. Over the same period, the city utilised some US$1.718 billion of overseas capital, with 64.6% of that invested in the manufacturing sector. More
YRD enterprises are making haste to develop markets along the Belt and Road routes. One of their foci is to more effectively connect the YRD with the industry chains of other mainland regions and international markets through the gradually maturing network of transportation with the outside world, including sea and air transport as well as the China-Europe Railway Express line, i.e. the CR Express. More
Respondents in the recent HKTDC Research survey on the mainland packaged food market had bought an average of 6.14 types of snacks in the three months preceding the survey. That’s a significant increase on the figure of 4.66 in a similar 2013 survey. Among the different types of snacks, the purchase frequency of nuts is the highest. In buying snacks, “health” is one of consumers’ top three consideration factors. More
New regulations relating to the express delivery industry have been issued by the State Council. These new guidelines – the Interim Regulations on Express Delivery – are intended to steer the development of this fast-growing sector and apply to the operators and recipients of all such services, while also stipulating the required supervision and management of the sector. More
Chaozhou lies in the eastern part of the Guangdong Province adjoining the Fujian Province. Major industries in the city are ceramics, plastic products, food processing, textiles and garments, stainless steel-related products, printing and non-metal products. More
Luzhou is located in the southeast of Sichuan Province. It has abundant mineral reserves. Quite a number of precious plants and animals can be found in its forests. Luzhou is dubbed ‘The City of Wine’ in the country. More
Shanwei lies in the southeastern coast of the Guangdong Province. Shanwei Port is a comprehensive port, combining with fishery, commercial and military. Shanwei's agricultural and fishery industry accounts for a significant share of the economy with a rich output of fishes and salt. Electronics, textiles and garments, and energy constitute the major industries.
Shijiazhuang is one of the country's biological industrial bases. Other pillar industries in the city are chemicals, electronics and information technology, equipment manufacturing, and textiles and garments. More
Zhangjiakou is located in the northwestern part of the Hebei Province. Food processing and new energy are the major industries in the city. Other industries include equipment manufacturing and minerals processing.