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  1. China's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic

    China's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic

    In this podcast Brian Blackstone chats to Credit Suisse's head of China Quantitative Insight David Murphy about how China's economy is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  2. China

    中国:本世纪创富盟主

    全球金融危机之后,中国和其他新兴经济体接替成为创造财富的引擎。

  3. China

    中国:本世纪创富盟主

    全球金融危机之后,中国和其他新兴经济体接替成为创造财富的引擎。

  4. China

    China: This century's champion in wealth creation

    In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, China and other emerging economies took over as the engine of wealth generation.

  5. The department store of the future. Shopping in Beijing.

    China's new middle class, numbering some 400 million people, will fundamentally change global trade. What are these people buying? How do they approach consumption? We accompany a young Chinese woman as she goes shopping – and catch a glimpse of our own future.

  6. Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia's share of global economic output is set to reach 55 percent by 2050. The region's equity and corporate bond markets are on course to assume close to a 30 percent global share by 2030. Credit Suisse Research Institute's (CSRI) latest 'Asia in Transition' report highlights the key changes taking place in the region.

  7. India Ranks First in the Emerging Consumer Survey

    India Ranks First in the Emerging Consumer Survey

    The Credit Suisse Research Institute published its seventh Emerging Consumer Survey, the annual report on consumer trends in emerging markets. Key themes are e-commerce, aware consumerism, and the growing popularity of domestic brands.

  8. Global Growth Slowdown: Permanent or Temporary?

    It's now seven years, since the financial crisis hit the world economy – but global growth has still not moved back to pre-crisis levels. There are good reasons why this is not just a temporary phenomenon.