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Top 9# Regulatory and Government Policies Shaping Chinese Markets

1) Regulatory selective pressures at a domestic level: China's domestic industrial production engines were shaped by a "high volume, low-quality, export orientated" paradigm. The importance of this focus is declining, China must shift gears towards higher quality products demanded by its nouveau riche and its emphasis on an economy fueled by domestic consumption. China wants to get rid of its low capacity, low-quality SMEs and develop Chinese "super-manufacturers" with the capacity to compete on an international level. China is looking to force closures and consolidation through enforcement of incrementally more demanding regulations.

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Chris Wang
ChemLinked Senior Research Analyst
Focus on market and regulatory intelligence in China, especially for imported goods: dairy products, health foods, pet foods, cosmetics, etc.
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