Blue Book of Commercial Sector: Annual Report on China’s Commercial Sector (2009–2010) 1st Edition
Li & Fung Research Centre (LFRC) | Institute of Finance and Trade Economics (IFTE)
ISBN-13: 9789814314886 | ISBN-10: 9814314889
© 2010 | Published |  0  Pages

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As the global economy recovers and stabilizes, businesses around the globe are casting their eyes on China. In Blue Book of China’s Commercial Sector (2009–2010), the Institute of Finance and Trade Economics (IFTE) of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and the Li & Fung Research Centre (LFRC) jointly present a comprehensive account of the latest developments in China’s commercial sector. Starting with the macroeconomic background of domestic consumption in China and recent pricing trends, the Blue Book provides in-depth analyses of different industries including retailing, wholesale and distribution, catering, and commercial property. Hot topics such as the luxury market, mergers and acquisitions in the retail sector, online retailing, and current developments of China’s export-oriented enterprises embarking on domestic sales are covered as well.



  • 1. China’s Domestic Consumption.
    2. Analysis of the Price Trend in 2009 and Outlook for 2010.
    3. China’s Retail Market.
    3.1 Overall analysis.
    3.2 China’s retail sector: An empirical review of financial performance.
    3.3 Online retailing in China.
    3.4 Special topic: Luxury market in China.
    3.5 Special topic: Foreign retailers in China.
    3.6 Special topic: M&As in China’s retail sector.
    4. China’s Wholesale and Distribution Market.
    4.1 Overall analysis.
    4.2 General developments of retail and wholesale logistics in China.
    4.3 Retailer-supplier relationship in China.
    4.4 An analysis on current developments in China’s export-oriented enterprises embarking on domestic sales.
    5. China’s Catering Market.
    6. China’s Commercial Property Market.
    6.1 Overall analysis.
    6.2 Special topic: Financing channels of commercial property developers in China.

    • Compiled by the authoritative Institute of Finance and Trade Economics (IFTE) of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and the Li & Fung Research Centre (LFRC).
    • Presents a comprehensive account of China’s commercial sector in 2009 and forecasts the development trends of 2010.
    • Provides in-depth analyses of different segments including retailing, wholesale and distribution, catering, and commercial property.
    • Discusses hot topics such as the luxury market, trends of mergers and acquisitions in the retail sector, online retailing, and current developments of China’s export-oriented enterprises embarking on domestic sales.
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    • Li & Fung Research Centre serves as a knowledge bank for the Li & Fung Group on China’s economy, industries, logistics, and distribution sector with its research scope covering the whole spectrum of the entire supply chain, from ideas, production, distribution, retailing to consumers. It has a reputation for research excellence and it offers research analyses and consulting services on China.

      Institute of Finance and Trade Economics (IFTE) is the economics research arm of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and was founded in 1978. It serves as a think tank on finance and economics for developments and reform in China. Its research fields include fiscal policy, taxation system, public administration, international trade and investment, distribution sector, supply chain management, real estate industry, tourism and leisure industry, information service, and E-commerce.