New Mega Trends in China

Macro-to-micro Implications of Mega Trends to 2025 on Business, Society, and Personal Lives

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This research service sets the stage for visionary thinking by identifying the most important global Mega Trends in China, outlining the potential scenarios for specific trends in 2025, and providing the implications of these Mega Trends for transforming society, markets, and cultures. It focuses on 13 Mega Trends identified by Frost & Sullivan, including urbanization, mobility, social, economic, and connectivity and convergence trends, among others. The service also provides an understanding of the nature and significance of Mega Trends, while guiding the reader to make the all-important transition from the macro to the micro analysis of business practices in this region. The base year is 2011, and the end of study period is 2025.

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New Mega Trends in China, Mega Trends in ChinaChina's Mega TrendsIntroductionExecutive SummaryResearch Scope, Objectives, and MethodologyDefinitions Used in the ServiceUrbanization TrendsSocial TrendsEconomic TrendsConnectivity and Convergence TrendsFuture Infrastructure Development TrendsFuture of the Energy and Power Sector TrendsTop Industries in the FuturePolitical EconomyFrom "Made in China" to "Created in China"Future Business ModelsFuture of MobilityHealth, Wellness, and Well-beingInnovating to ZeroFood Security and SafetyMacro-to-micro AnalysisAppendix




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