For a deeper and more factual understanding of the economic relations between China, Germany and the world.
“The transformation of the economy towards a ‘New Normal’ will lead to substantial adjustments towards more consumption.”
“Implementing social security reforms is the key to a smooth transition to a consumption-based growth model.”
“ ‘New Normal’ reforms need to address economic misalignments on both the demand and supply side.”
“Diversifying imports and exports will decrease China’s vulnerability to external shocks.”
“The logistics market in China is expected to continue double digit growth in the next 5 to 10 years.”
“By 2020, China’s e-commerce market can surpass USD 1 trillion, which provides unprecedented opportunities for the logistics sector.”
“3PL development is strongly encouraged by the state, which aims to develop China into a premium logistics hub.”
“Container rail service will benefit from Beijing’s continued investment in high-speed passenger rail network.”
“59% of the surveyed companies expect increasing profitability for 2014–2016 and only 26% a decrease.”
“Companies continue to increase the allocation of resources to China in absolute numbers.”
“Most executives are confident that the future of China’s economy is brighter than its past or present.”
“Foreign companies are able to neutralize wage growth by raising productivity at similar rates.”
Welcome to the German-Chinese Bureau of Economic Research
The German-Chinese Bureau of Economic Research (GCB) was established in 2013 to promote the understanding of the economic relations between China and Germany in an international context.