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Who said insurance can't be innovative?

The birth of a new type of insurance is a rare occurrence within the UK market. Yet insurers abroad are developing ever more niche offerings, with China in particular setting an example as to how insurance can be innovative.

Published By Datamonitor
24 Jun 2014
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China: now is not the time to be creative

Increased competition for Chinese deposits as a result of internet giants Baidu and Alibaba entering financial services is not necessarily a good thing for the market.

Published By Datamonitor
04 Mar 2014
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China acts to rebalance solar PV market

Many Chinese solar manufacturers are set to suffer a slow demise as government support is slashed.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Jan 2014
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Chinese equities: there's hope after all

Despite a slow-down in the world's second largest economy, Chinese retail equity holdings are forecast to finally show some decent growth rates over the coming years.

Published By Datamonitor
19 Jul 2013
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Citi taps China's growing mutual fund market

China Securities Regulatory Commission has granted eight licenses to foreign banks. The move is good news for the country's retail mutual fund market, which is now set for growth after years of decline.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Jul 2013
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SAIC looks to reverse Chinese companies' fortunes in the UK auto market

Chinese car manufacturer SAIC Motor is due to start production of the MG3 for sale in the UK. The vehicle is scheduled for a September sales launch in the UK, Ireland and Cyprus before a planned expansion into other European markets. SAIC will need to carefully assess local consumer trends if the launch is to succeed.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Jun 2013
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Europe's solar panel spat with China gets serious

New tariffs imposed on solar panel imports to Europe have been described as "unfair" by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, hinting at an unnamable solution to the ongoing dispute and the likely escalation of a trade war with more losers than winners.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Jun 2013
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New regulation in China hits smaller players

Following the introduction of new regulation governing the issuance of wealth management products in China, smaller players will struggle to maintain their margins and attract new clients as they will not be able to lure investors with high yields without taking a substantial hit on their bottom line.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2013
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Surging Chinese sales offer respite for struggling PSA

PSA's joint venture with Dongfeng Motor Corporation in China enjoyed growing success over the first quarter of 2013, and new figures show that sales increased by 37% in April to just over 47,300 units. The venture has sold 190,000 vehicles this year, and looks set to reach its 500,000 target. However, PSA needs to address its issues in Europe if it is to achieve this level of growth elsewhere.

Published By Datamonitor
22 May 2013
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Skoda's ambitious sales targets are no joke

Skoda has announced that it will add a second SUV to its line-up and build new Chinese production capacity as part of its plans to boost global sales by 50% over the next few years. This is a potentially risky strategy, as a disappointing recent performance by the Chinese economy could result in the brand suffering from some of the oversupply issues that are affecting other volume manufacturers.

Published By Datamonitor
07 May 2013

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