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  1. Eric Varvel: "Benefit from China's growth trajectory"

    Despite the sheer scale of the Chinese economy, international investors are still under-allocated in China. Eric M. Varvel explains why.

  2. The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    Chinese consumers are shifting their pattern of spending to discretionary items. They are spending less on housing and food, but more on upgrading their lifestyles, on items such as healthcare, travel and entertainment compared to other emerging markets, according to Credit Suisse Research Institute's 7th Emerging Consumer Survey.

  3. The Next Generation of Growth

    The Next Generation of Growth

    In recent years, a number of Asian economies have seen subdued growth, largely due to the sharp slowdown in China. So long as trade channels remain open and governments continue to pursue stability, the outlook remains positive, particularly for the poorer countries.

  4. The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    The Chinese Consumer in 2017: The Lifestyle Upgrade

    Chinese consumers are shifting their pattern of spending to discretionary items. They are spending less on housing and food, but more on travel and entertainment compared to other emerging markets.

  5. A New Economic Paradigm

    A New Economic Paradigm

    China's emerging innovative industries are shaping the country into a major research nation.

  6. The Entrepreneur Who Helped Put Chinese Contemporary Art on The Map 

    It's one of the foremost collections of Chinese contemporary art in the world, documenting the transformation of a society from emerging economy to global powerhouse. Now, works from the Sigg collection are being displayed in the first exhibition of its kind to chronologically chart the development of China's artistic heritage over the past four decades.

  7. Drive to Remake China's Economy Is Fueling Acquisition Spree

    Drive to Remake China's Economy Is Fueling Acquisition Spree

    "Go-Global" strategy is leaving a Chinese imprint on businesses across the globe. Chinese companies have proposed 128.3 billion dollars in acquisitions this year, up 185 percent over the same period in 2014.

  8. Subdued growth, low inflation and moderate returns could be expected for 2016. A high degree of diversification with an active tactical approach would be deployed against periods of volatility says Credit Suisse Private Banking

    Credit Suisse Private Banking expects the global outlook for 2016 to be better than 2015 led by the Eurozone and Japan while many emerging countries are likely to stabilize albeit at low levels. The US could slow down due to constraints set in place by several macro factors whilst Australia and Canada would be sub-par due to lower commodity prices. The UK is likely to remain fairly robust as real wages rise against a tighter monetary policy backdrop. China should avert a hard landing scenario on the back of further policy easing, moderate fiscal expansion with some infrastructure activity along with sustained consumption spending and services whilst the property sector has seen significant inventory depletion.

  9. Credit Suisse's China Investment Banking Joint Venture Receives approval to provide brokerage services

    Credit Suisse announced today that its securities joint venture in China has received approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to provide securities brokerage services in Shenzhen Qianhai.

  10. Chinese Youth behind Country's E-Commerce Boom

    Chinese Youth behind Country's E-Commerce Boom

    Online shopping continues to grow in China, driven by the relatively affluent younger generation. The Chinese youth turns to the web for convenience's sake and due to the lack of shops in rural areas.