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In China for China

The recent American Chamber of Commerce survey once again attested the trend of “in China for China”, as 58% of respondents’ primary goal was to produce in China for the growing China market. 51% of them also identified China as a top-three priority for investment.

As such, U.S. companies in China are driving U.S. exports to serve this fast-growing market. Almost two-thirds (62%) report that they import parts or finished goods from the U.S. into China and that U.S. exports make-up 32% of their China sales by value.

According to the latest market study by International Data Corporation, specifically adventurous technology marketers looking for new territory should consider Tier 2 cities such as Chengdu and Sichuan, as these cities are exploding in terms of growth.

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