April 20, 2019

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Chemicals E-commerce in China: The Next Growth Engine?
  Ultimately, Chemicals e-commerce will become a close partner of chemical players in order to achieve a “market-facing” approach by developing seamless big data capability, though the current E-commerce penetration in China’s chemicals sector with nearly a RMB 10 trillion scale is still only less than 3%. Many leading chemicals players now move E-commerce to the top of their agenda, look at both the opportunities and threats of E-commerce in China, and consider where to position themselves in relation to the evolving E-commerce land scape. Thereby, the issue is not yes or no, but is about when, how and with whom, and how to integrate with the overall e-growth or digitalization strategy.
  Simon Zhang, Jane Zhu PDF  | EN  |  2018-08-03

  
InterChina 2018 Business Forecast Executive Summary
  In some case, the “Xi Jinping Thought” will be favorable for foreign companies, in others not… Nevertheless, clarity will help to build confidence and drive decisions.
  Jan Borgonjon, Eduardo Morcillo, James Sinclair, Simon Zhang, Barry Chen, Franc Kaiser PDF  | EN  |  2017-12-07

  
InterChina Business Forecast 2018 Long Version
  As we head into 2018, we expect a more positive business environment for foreign companies operating in China. The onus is now on the foreign companies to take advantage. For some, that will mean exploiting advantages they have over local competitors in product technologies and performance. Others will focus on seeking out acquisitions as their sectors consolidate. For most, they will need to further organize themselves to better respond to local market needs.
  Jan Borgonjon, Eduardo Morcillo, James Sinclair, Simon Zhang, Barry Chen, Franc Kaiser PDF  | EN  |  2017-12-07

  
Faurecia has recently acquired JiangXi Coagent
  France's Faurecia announced on 19th July, 2017 that it had taken a majority share in Chinese company Jiangxi Coagent Electronics for a total investment of 1.45 billion RMB.
  Eduardo Morcillo, Raymond Su PDF  | EN  |  2017-07-25

  
Tata Global Beverages divests Zhejiang Tata to ZheJiang Tea Group
  After changing its strategy to focus on branded products instead of B2B businesses, Tata Global Beverages engaged InterChina to divest its equity (90%) holdings in Zhejiang Tata Tea Extraction Company Ltd.(“ZTTECL”). ZTTECL manufactures and markets tea extraction products in two target segments: instant tea (used in ready-to-drink tea-based beverages) and tea polyphenols (for use in food supplements, ready-to-drink beverages, cosmetics, etc.). Zhejiang Tea has entered an agreement to purchase, subject to regulatory approval.
  Barry Chen PDF  | EN  |  2017-07-19

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