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August 10, 2014

The Chinese" Web Side Story : From 7 to 47% web penetration level in a decade

With 640 million Chinese online., with a 40% penetration level, t

According to the latest data from Internet Live stats  as on August, 2014, With 640 million Chinese online , amidst a 40% penetration level, the Chinese are well and and truly on their way to reach a billion online users by 20018

By 2010 " There were 464 million Chinese online users with   internet penetration  of 34%
By  2012  There were 564 million Chinese online users, with a 40% penetration
By 2011 There were 524 million Chinese internet user , with a  38% online penetration

The  defining years which changed  the digital map of china was during the two years , 2007 to 2009 when the country experienced  exploding growth rates of over 50% as  it added 162 million new users
 In 2007 Internet usage grew up whopping 53%,  with  addition of 73 million  new Chinese users,while  the next year saw 42% staggering growth  with 89 million chinese going online for the first time

August 5, 2014

78% Chinese Smartphone Market led by Domestic Giants

Infographic: Domestic Vendors Stand Strong in China's Smartphone Market | Statista
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When it comes to price, non can beat the Chinese, and quality that can " in the first glance beat all competitors hands down.

The Chinese smartphone market continues to play by its own rules according to data released by the Hong Kong based research firm Counterpoint. Unlike most Asian or European markets  where Apple and Samsung is within striking distance , In china Samsung leads Apple by 8% ( 18  vs 10) 

The rest are led by the  Chinese manufacturers such as Lenovo, Xiaomi and Coolpad are quickly gaining market share with handsets sold at prices that the international competition,

July 30, 2014

Made in China vs Married and Divorced in China: Infographic

made in china vs  married and divorced in china

How does Made in China compare to Married and Divorced in China .This chart shows how the made in china automobile industry  graph is moving with marriages and divorces  graph
According to the latest  Chinese Passenger Vehicle sales figures..  January, 2013.had seen " the highest number of Chinese cars being  sold .
Now comparing this chart with the chart of marriages and divorces in the  country

Chinese marriages  have increased by 63% over the last 10 years, while divorces has increased by 133% in the same  number of years ( 2003 to 2012)

Similarly demand for r Green  cards from Chinese immigrants to United States has seen  an increasing uptrend  with a growth of nearly 100% from 562 in 2010  to  1202 in  2012 

May 26, 2014

42 Million Chinese Consumers purchased Mobile on the web

Mobile sales reach 66billion Yuan in China from online

Latest research data published by ChinaInternetWatch showed that China mobile phones online sales volume reached 42.8 million and online sales hit 66.39 billion yuan (USD 10.74 billion) in 2013, with over 40% YoY increase. Mobile sale peaked during Double 11 promotion, sold out 4.48 million on November 11, 2013( . Tmall created Double 11, which is on Nov 11, nicknamed after Bachelor’s Day by Chinese. Taobao normally can expect sales of over billion yuan on one single day. Last year, the total sales exceed 3 billion yuan (USD 490 million

May 21, 2014

Chinese Mobile Web Inching towards a billion mark, ,838million of out 1.23billion go online via web

online mobile sales in china
Chinese  Mobile Internet Users have just surpasses  838 million in  January ,2014 According to Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) , this accounts  for 68% of total  Mobile Users

According to the MIIT report, the net increase of telephone users nationwide was 4.976 million, bringing the total number up to 1.501 billion. 

  • Fixed broadband internet users in China  now  totals l191 million,
  • Driven by 3G technologies, the number of mobile phone users increased by 6.157 million in January, making it 1.235 billion in total nationwide. Which means Chinese mobile Phone usage now total 1.23billion .. in April 2014.
  • Chinese 3G users now stands at 419million, out of  which  which brings Chinese 3G usage to 34%

April 3, 2014

Slowdown in Chinese Galloping Online Commerce, 2014 to see a decline of 10%

This statistic shows the revenue of the B2B e-commerce in China from 2007 to 2010, with a forecast until 2013. In 2007, the B2B e-commerce revenue in China amounted to 1.25 trillion yuan.(source :research)

January 24, 2014

January 18, 2014

Online Groceries Market in China growing at a scorching 70%, led by Yihaodian,

 In 2013, China had an estimated 270 million e-shoppers who spent about $180 billion on online purchase

The Success of Walmart in " collaborating" with its local partners is a perfect example of how a Local Partner adds value to its local customers,as they ride on the back bone of an efficient " Walmart Backend infrastructure" which helps them to invest more on product promotion and marketing activities, without being worried of the " technology infrastructure 

Though Wal-Mart Stores Inc. doesn’t sell online in China, but its Chinese partner is growing rapidly, with the help of the world’s largest retailer " Walmart"

In China Wal-Mart has a 51% investment stake in Web-only retailer Yihaodian, which has increased its online sales 70% in 2013, to 11.54 billion yuan ($1.9 billion) from 6.8 billion yuan ($1.13 billion) .The Shanghai-based Yihaodian, e-retailer, one of the largest online grocery retailers in China, increased its registered users 97% to 57 million in 2013 from 29 million a year earlier. 

Yihaodian has particularly been able to offer more food from abroad, a hot area in China where many Chinese consumers worry about contamination of domestic products. 

Yihaodian, No. 42 in the Internet Retailer Asia 500, sold 250 million units of imported food products last year, In 2013, China had an estimated 270 million e-shoppers who spent about $180 billion on online purchase

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September 5, 2013

July 3, 2013

Ecommerce in China:Powered by Govt Subsidized Cheap Broadband, and rising 800 million middle class

Ecommerce in China: How the World's Biggest Market Buys Online: "China has an estimated 193 million online shoppers, more than any other country. By 2015, those consumers will be spending $1,000 per year online — the same amount that U.S.'s 170 million online shoppers currently spend annually. By that time, ecommerce could account for more than 8% of all retail sales in China, Boston Consulting Group predicts.

A number of factors are driving the growth. One is the increase of China's middle class, which is expected to balloon from 200 million to 800 million people over the next 20 years, according to Acquity Group. The spread of government-subsidized, high-speed Internet access and Internet-connected cellphones have widened the pool of potential shoppers to 513 million — or about 40% of the population. Broadband Internet access costs around $10 per month, compared to $30 per month in India and $27 per month in Brazil."

November 17, 2012

China accounts for 26% Global Smartphone shipments

This year, China will account for 26.5 percent of all smartphone shipments, compared to 17.8 percent in the United States.

China has surpassed the United States in smartphone sales in the past. However, only in the first quarter of this year did it become clear that the smartphone gap between China and the United States would become a “long-lasting gulf that won’t be bridged,” said Kevin Restivo, a senior research analyst with IDC.
What’s driving the spike in China? Cheaper Android smartphones priced below $200, like those made by Huawei, according to IDC.Over all, Android phones are outselling the iPhone by about eight times in China, More than 42 million smartphones  have been shipped in China in Q2 2012. According to  Canalys research .That represents 199 percent year-on-year growth in smartphone sales in China, and 32 percent up on the previous quarter.

Other major markets for smartphones include the U.K., India, and Brazil, with 5.3 percent, 2.2 percent, and 1.8 percent of the global market in 2011, respectively. Of those countries, India and Brazil will continue to increase their growth rate in 2012, but the U.K.’s growth rate will slow.

July 25, 2012

June 26, 2012

Online Retail Index: China vs 5 Biggest Ecommerce Markets

The latest report from consultancy A.T. Kearney  Showed  that “ Chinese Online Commerce is on the throes of a biggest Leap  and is the number 1 market  among  e-commerce potential among emerging markets.  With more than one in five people with online access ( Chinese), up from 200m in total in 2007 

Its inaugural e-retail index of emerging markets, entitled “Online Retail: The New Frontier for International Expansion,” puts China at the top of a list of 10  countries with potential for big e-commerce growth. The company calculated growth potential by assessing such factors as overall market attractiveness, online infrastructure development, digital laws and regulations, and retail development. China beats out such countries as Brazil, Russia, Chile and Mexic

China was also on track to surpass 1billion mobile connections in Q1 of 2012, with market penetration currently estimated at 72%.Last year Apple said that China was its second-most important market after the US, accounting for 16% of its total revenue in Q4 2011.according to a new report from consultancy A.T. Kearney.

The latest data from Wireless Intelligence shows that China ended 2011 on 973.7m connections, an increase of around 16% year-on-year.

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China’s vast online retail markets—at $23 billion, second in the world behind the United States.” E-commerce has increased by a 78% compound annual growth rate since 2006, the report says, and will reach $81 billion over the next five years. 

March 16, 2012

The China Mobile Invasion : Top 5 Brand Statistics

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There were over 975 million mobile phone users as of November 2011 according to the MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China). Mobile phones have become an indispensable tool for modern communication.