Category: Innovation

The Hidden Challenges of China’s Booming Medical AI Market

At an estimated market size of RMB 20 billion in 2018, China’s medical artificial intelligence (AI) market promises vast opportunities for US companies with innovative AI products and solutions. Yet, businesses that do not have the foresight and resources to...

/ June 24, 2019

The Brave New Business Models Making Waves in China’s Ecommerce Market

As new players explore the possibilities inherent in social media integrations, augmented reality, and real-time online purchases, expect more unique platforms to emerge and capture the eyes, ears, and wallets of young Chinese shoppers.

/ June 5, 2019

Defining “Emerging Technologies”: Industry Weighs In on Potential New Export Controls

What exactly would qualify as “emerging technologies,” and how would the United States go about placing export controls on them? Feedback from industry and other stakeholders continues to inform this rulemaking process.

The Digital Revolution in Medtech: Opportunities in Asia

Digital technology is revolutionizing the healthcare sector. The global digital health market was valued at approximately $122.66 billion in 2017. Investment in digital health startups reached $11.78 billion globally in 2017 alone, with 852 deals in total. Healthcare companies around...

/ December 11, 2018
Alan Ai, WeWork's General Manager for Greater China

An Interview with Alan Ai, WeWork’s General Manager for Greater China

WeWork's Alan Ai speaks with CBR about how to thrive in the China market, partnering with local providers, and the importance of localization.

/ November 28, 2018

Defending China’s Data

Awareness among Chinese netizens of the dangers and consequences of exposing too much information online is growing alongside a rough framework of data privacy protection laws and standards that still need work.

/ October 2, 2018

Belt and Road: The Final Frontier

Chinese companies are expanding into space: China has bolstered its BeiDou satellite network to assist the growth of the Belt and Road Initiative.

/ August 10, 2018

Healthcare Series Part 2: New Bidding and Tendering Law Promising for Healthcare Companies, If Implemented

Chinese regulations on tendering and bidding practices published by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) in July are a promising sign for US pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers that government procurement behavior will be better regulated to guarantee consideration of quality...

/ November 22, 2017

Healthcare Series Part 1: Reimbursement Drug Lists

Recently announced provincial reimbursement drug lists (PRDLs) provide possible new opportunities for US pharmaceutical companies seeking to expand market reach for their drugs in China. These updated subnational lists largely reflect the national reimbursement drug list (NRDL), which was released...

/ November 1, 2017

Why the Rise of Robots Will Hit Developing Countries Hardest

In spite of the anti-globalization rhetoric offshoring isn’t the main culprit for the decline of manufacturing jobs. A 2015 Ball State analysis found that 87 percent of American manufacturing job losses over the preceding decade could be attributed to automation...

/ October 11, 2017