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Fung China Regional Development 2013

  1. 1. 1 Fung Business Intelligence Centre
  2. 2. 2 • Regional development – By province – By city • Economic performance & commercial landscape of major cities
  3. 3. 3 Regional Development - By province
  4. 4. Central China - Coverage: Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi - Population: 263 million (19% of national total) Five major regions in China 4 Xinjiang Tibet Qinghai Gansu Ningxia Sichuan Chongqing Yunnan Hainan Guizhou Guangdong Guangxi Inner Mongolia Shaanxi Shanxi Shandong Henan Hubei Hunan Jiangxi Jiangsu Fujian Zhejiang Anhui Shanghai Hebei Beijing Tianjin Liaoning Heilongjiang Jilin Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013 North China - Coverage: Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia, Jilin, Liaoning, Shandong, Shanxi - Population: 375 million (28% of national total) East China - Coverage: Shanghai, Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang - Population: 218 million (16% of national total) South China -Coverage: Fujian, Hainan, Guangdong, Guangxi - Population: 199 million (15% of national total) West China - Coverage: Chongqing, Gansu, Guizhou, Ningxia, Qinghai, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Tibet, Xinjiang, Yunnan - Population: 293 million (22% of national total) • China is a vast country with high population density in coastal areas and certain inland provinces. In 2012, the population in China stood at 1.35 billion, of which, 52.6% of the residents live in urban area • The development of different regions varies across the country due to various factors such as availability of natural resources and government support. This section shows the key economic indicators of five major regions in China
  5. 5. 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 billionyuan General background - GDP 5 25 31 30 27 29 8 23 24 28 26 118 15 16 21 3 5 9 10 19 2 12 4 14 11 6 13 20 7 17 22 Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013 • China’s GDP came in at 51,894 billion yuan, up by 7.7% year-on-year (yoy) in 2012 • Among the five regions, North China recorded the highest GDP at 18,583 billion yuan; while GDP of West China grew at the fastest rate of 14.6% • GDP of Guangdong ranked first among all the provinces and reached 5,707 billion yuan; while GDP of Guizhou grew at the fastest rate of 20.2% yoy GDP by province, 2012 (% yoy growth) 7% 10% 10% 7% 10% 8% 12% 14% 13% 13% 5% 12% 10% 12% 11% 16% 9% 11% 11% 14% 8% 13% 14% 16% 14% 20% 13% 13% 11% 13% 16% 1000 billion – 2000 billion yuan > 2,000 billion yuan < 1000 billion yuan GDP
  6. 6. 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 yuan General background - GDP per capita 6 18 28 21 30 16 24 12 29 31 827 5 14 19 10 23 13 20 25 4 9 6 26 3 15 2 1 7 17 11 • GDP per capita in China was 38,420 yuan in 2012, up by 9.2% yoy • GDP per capita of 14 provinces were higher than the country average • Among all provinces, the three municipalities, Tianjin, Beijing and Shanghai, recorded the highest GDP per capita at 93,173 yuan, 87,475 yuan and 85,373 yuan, respectively • Again, GDP per capita of Guizhou grew at the fastest rate of 20.1% yoy GDP per capita by province, 2012 (% yoy growth) 9% 7% 3% 10% 10% 7% 12% 6% 11% 9% 13% 13% 13% 15% 8% 10% 9% 12% 7% 12% 12% 12% 10% 13% 10% 12% 10% 14% 15% 12% 20% 22 30,000 – 40,000 yuan > 50,000 yuan < 30,000 yuan GDP per capita Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  7. 7. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Agricultural industry Manufacturing industry Service industry General background - GDP composition 7 • The GDP composition of agriculture, manufacturing and service industries in China was 10.1: 45.3: 44.6 in 2012 • Among all provinces, Beijing has the most developed service sector; the service industry accounted for 76.5% of the GDP • On the other hand, the contribution of manufacturing industry were stronger than that of service industry in certain provinces, including Qinghai, Henan and Shaanxi GDP composition by province Xinjiang Tibet Qinghai Gansu Ningxia Sichuan Chongqing Yunnan Hainan Guizhou Guangdong Guangxi Inner Mongolia Shaanxi Shanxi Shandong Henan Hubei Hunan Jiangxi Jiangsu Fujian Zhejiang Anhui Shanghai Hebei Beijing Tianjin Liaoning Heilongjiang Jilin Contribution of service industry to GDP 40% - 50% > 50% < 40% Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  8. 8. 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 billionyuan Consumer market and retail sector - Total retail sales of consumer goods 8 27 31 30 26 29 8 21 24 25 118 17 20 19 2 5 6 10 22 3 13 4 14 12 9 11 23 7 15 16 Retail sales of consumer goods by province, 2012 (% yoy growth) 12% 15% 15% 13% 15% 16% 15% 15% 15% 15% 12% 9% 16% 16% 17% 16% 15% 16% 15% 16% 16% 16% 16% 17% 16% 16% 15% 15% 15% 16% 16% 28 400 billion – 800 billion yuan > 900 billion yuan < 400 billion yuan • Retail sales of consumer goods in China was 21,031 billion yuan, up by 14.3% yoy in 2012 • Among the five regions, North China recorded the highest retail sales at 6,922 billion yuan; while retail sales of West China and Central China grew at the fastest rates of 15.6% and 15.4%, respectively • Retail sales in Guangdong ranked first among all the provinces and amounted to 2,268 billion yuan; while Yunnan recorded the fastest growth rate of 17.1% yoy Retail sales of consumer goods Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  9. 9. 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 yuan The per capita disposable income of urban households The per capita consumption expenditure of urban households Consumer market and retail sector - The per capita income and expenditure of urban households 9 • The per capita disposable income and the per capita consumption expenditure of urban households in China were 24,565 yuan (+12.6% yoy) and 16,674 yuan (+10.0% yoy) in 2012, respectively • Among all provinces, urban households in Shanghai, Beijing and Zhejiang earned the most, with per capita disposable income reaching 40,188 yuan, 36,469 yuan and 34,550 yuan, respectively • On the other hand, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangdong people spent the most, with per capita consumption expenditure amounting to 26,254 yuan, 24,046 yuan and 22,396 yuan, respectively The per capita income and expenditure of urban households by province, 2012 28 27 30 31 25 22 11 14 16 26 4 13 10 18 21 8 20 17 12 24 5 7 3 15 1 19 2 6 9 29 23 The per capita disposable income of urban households 20,000 – 30,000 yuan > 30,000 yuan < 20,000 yuan Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  10. 10. 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 20,000 yuan The per capita net income of rural households The per capita consumption expenditure of rural households Consumer market and retail sector - The per capita income and expenditure of rural households 10 The per capita income and expenditure of rural households by province, 2012 22 27 29 31 24 21 19 28 18 30 6 25 15 26 23 8 16 13 17 14 5 7 3 20 1 12 2 4 9 10 11 The per capita net income of rural households 7,000 – 10,000 yuan > 10,000 yuan < 7,000 yuan • The per capita net income and the per capita consumption expenditure of rural households in China were 7,917 yuan (+13.5% yoy) and 5,908 yuan (+13.2% yoy) in 2012, respectively • Among all provinces, rural households in Shanghai, Beijing and Zhejiang earned the most, with per capita net income amounting to 17,804 yuan, 16,476 yuan and 14,552 yuan, respectively • Again, Shanghai, Beijing and Zhejiang people spent the most, with per capita consumption expenditure reaching 11,972 yuan, 11,879 yuan and 10,653 yuan, respectively Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  11. 11. 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000 billionyuan Consumer market and retail sector - Saving deposit 11 25 31 30 26 29 8 19 21 27 120 24 15 13 3 10 11 12 18 2 16 4 14 7 6 5 22 9 17 23 Saving deposit of urban and rural households by province, 2012 (% yoy growth) 13% 16% 13% 19% 13% 16% 13% 20% 16% 19% 19% 19% 15% 21% 17% 16% 14% 19% 20% 19% 16% 15% 18% 22% 19% 19% 22% 16% 24% 22% 27% 28 1,000 billion – 2,000 billion yuan > 2,000 billion yuan < 1,000 billion yuan • Saving deposit in China was 39,955 billion yuan, up by 16.3% yoy in 2012 • Among the five regions, people in North China saved the most, with saving deposit amounting to 12,823 billion yuan; while saving deposit of West China and Central China grew at the fastest rates of 19.4% and 19.0% yoy, respectively • Saving deposit of Guangdong ranked first among all provinces and amounted to 4,553 billion yuan, followed by Jiangsu (3,006 billion yuan) and Zhejiang (2,641 billion yuan) Saving deposit Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  12. 12. 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 US$billion Export value Import value Foreign trade - Export and import 12 19 29 31 27 30 10 11 22 28 118 26 24 23 3 12 17 21 16 2 7 5 14 6 13 4 8 9 15 20 • Export and import value in China were US$ 2,049 billion (+7.9% yoy) and US$ 1,818 billion (+4.3% yoy) in 2012, respectively • Among the five regions, East and South China exported the most and reached US$ 787 billion and US$ 691 billion, respectively; while North China imported the most and amounted to US$ 657 billion • It is noteworthy that the total trade value of West China and Central China grew at the fastest rates of 32.2% and 19.3% yoy, respectively. On the other hand, East China reported negative growth in import value at -2.2% yoy • Among all provinces, Guangdong’s export and import were the highest at US$574 billion and US$410 billion, respectively Export and import value by province, 2012 (% yoy growth of total trade value) 25 8% 2% -0.2% 5% 1% 4% 9% 12% 8% 24% 82% 59% -6% 26% -2% 6% -5% 26% 10% 11% 16% 31% 2% 1% 12% -6% 2% 36%199% -3% 26% US$ 20 billion – 100 billion > US$ 100 billion < US$ 20 billion Total trade value Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013
  13. 13. 13 Regional Development - By city
  14. 14. Major cities grow fast in China 14 20 cities with huge development potential in China have been identified, based on key economic indicators, including wealth, population and retail sales: Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou Region Tier 1 cities Non-Tier 1 cities North Beijing Dalian, Qingdao, Shenyang, Tianjin East Shanghai Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo, Suzhou, Wuxi Central Changsha, Wuhan, Zhengzhou South Guangzhou, Shenzhen Xiamen West Chengdu, Chongqing, Xi’an
  15. 15. Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 billionyuan GDP of Shanghai ranks as the first place; yet, its growth rate lags behind other cities 15Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong, Zhejiang; City level: Chengdu), CEIC • Among the 20 cities, Shanghai and Beijing recorded the highest GDP at 2,018 billion yuan and 1,788 billion yuan in 2012, respectively • Other than Shanghai, Guangzhou and Ningbo, all the other 17 cities recorded double-digit growth in GDP; of which, Wuhan registered the fastest growth rate of 18.4% yoy GDP by city, 2012 (% yoy growth) 5% 10% 9% 13% 14% 12% 14% 17% 18% 11% 10% 10% 17% 14% 12% 9% 14% 11% 13% 11% > 1,000 billion yuan < 1,000 billion yuan Tier 1 city Non-tier 1 city GDP
  16. 16. 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 yuan Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou GDP per capita of Shenzhen ranks first 16 GDP per capita by city, 2012 (% yoy growth) 12% 9% 8% 12% 10% 9% 13% 9% 13% 16% 7% 3% 9% 11% 16% 9% 11% 17% 13% 13% > 100,000 yuan < 100,000 yuan Tier 1 city Non-tier 1 city • GDP per capita of all the 20 cities were higher than the national average (38,420 yuan) in 2012 • GDP per capita of seven cities exceeded 100,000 yuan, namely Shenzhen, Wuxi, Ningbo, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Dalian • Chengdu, Wuhan and Nanjing recorded the fastest annual growth rate of GDP per capita at 16.6%, 16.3% and 16.1%, respectively GDP per capita Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong, Zhejiang; City level: Chengdu), CEIC
  17. 17. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 million Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou High population density in major cities 17 Population by city, 2012 > 10 million < 10 million Tier 1 city Non-tier 1 city Population • Among the 20 cities, Chongqing municipality is the largest city in China in terms of population. Total population in Chongqing amounted to 29 million people in 2012 • The population of the other three municipalities, Shanghai, Beijing and Tianjin, stood at 59 million in total • The population of Guangzhou and Shenzhen together exceeded 23 million, accounted for 22% of total population in Guangdong province • In Central China, Wuhan had the highest population at 10 million Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong; City level: Chengdu), Statistical Communique (Changsha), CEIC
  18. 18. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 billionyuan Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou Retail markets in major cities stay strong 18 Retail sales of consumer goods by city, 2012 (% yoy growth) 12% 9% 14% 16% 14% 16% 14% 16% 15% 15% 16% 16% 14% 15% 14% 15% 15% 15% 16% 10% > 400 billion yuan < 400 billion yuan Tier 1 city Non-tier 1 city Retail sales of consumer goods • In 2012, retail sales of consumer goods in Beijing and Shanghai ranked top among the 20 cities, amounted to 770 billion yuan and 741 billion yuan, respectively • Most cities recorded double-digit growth in retail sales of consumer goods, except Shanghai • Among the 20 cities, Chengdu recorded the fastest growth rate of 16.0% yoy, followed by Chongqing (15.7%), Dalian (15.6%) and Hangzhou (15.6%) Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong, Zhejiang; City level: Chengdu), CEIC
  19. 19. 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 yuan The per capita disposable income of urban households The per capita consumption expenditure of urban households Chengdu Chongqing Shenzhen Guangzhou Xi’an Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou Urban households in major cities spend the most 19 The per capita income and expenditure of urban households by city, 2012 > 35,000 yuan < 35,000 yuan The per capita disposable income of urban households • Among the 20 cities, urban households in Shenzhen, Shanghai, Suzhou earned the most and their disposable income reached 40,742 yuan, 40,188 yuan and 39,079 yuan (per person) in 2012, respectively • On the other hand, people in Guangzhou and Shenzhen spent the most and their consumption expenditure amounted to 30,490 yuan and 26,728 yuan (per person), respectively Note: Data in nominal value Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong, Zhejiang; City level: Chengdu), Statistical Communique (Changsha, Hangzhou), CEIC
  20. 20. 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 yuan The per capita net income of rural households The per capita consumption expenditure of rural households Chengdu Chongqing Guangzhou Qingdao Zhengzhou Wuhan Changsha Hangzhou Nanjing Xiamen Ningbo Wuxi Shanghai Beijing Tianjin Dalian Shenyang Suzhou Living standards of rural households in major cities improve 20 The per capita income and expenditure of rural households by city, 2012 > 15,000 yuan < 15,000 yuan The per capita net income of rural households • Among the 20 cities, rural households in Suzhou, Wuxi, Ningbo earned the most and their net income reached 19,396 yuan, 18,509 yuan and 18,475 yuan (per person) in 2012, respectively • On the other hand, people in Suzhou, Hangzhou and Wuxi spent the most and their consumption expenditure amounted to 14,381 yuan, 13,612 yuan and 12,795 yuan (per person), respectively Note: Data in nominal value, Data for Xi’an are not available Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013, Other Statistical Yearbook 2013 (Provincial level: Fujian, Guangdong, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Shaanxi, Shandong, Zhejiang; City level: Chengdu), Statistical Communique (Changsha, Hangzhou, Wuhan), CEIC
  21. 21. 21 Economic performance & commercial landscape of major cities
  22. 22. Beijing 22 Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013 • The capital of China and the country’s political, cultural and educational center • One of China’s four municipalities, along with Shanghai, Tianjin and Chongqing • Second largest city in China by urban population after Shanghai • Ranks first in China in terms of the presence of international brands • In 2011, the Beijing government promulgated the 12th five year plan (FYP) of Beijing. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,788 10 GDP per capita (yuan) 87,475 7 GDP composition 0.8: 22.7: 76.5 Population (million) 21 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 770 12 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 36,469 11 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 24,046 9 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 16,476 12 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 11,879 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,560 7 Export value (US$ billion) 60 1 Import value(US$ billion) 348 5 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 8,042 14 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) 8 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) > 78 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 8 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 8 Beijing
  23. 23. Beijing Commercial districts and retailers Commercial districts Major retailers Zhongguancun 中關村商圈 Zhongguancun Shopping Centre 中關 村廣場購物中心, EC Mall 歐美匯購 物中心, Shopin 上品折扣, Beijing Hualian 華聯商廈 Gongzhufen 公主墳商圈 Cuiwei Department Store翠微百貨, Beijing URBAN-RURAL Trade Centre城 鄉貿易中心, Beijing Hualian 華聯商 廈, Tianrui Mall 天瑞商城 Xidan 西單商圈 Xidan Department Store 西單商場, Grand Pacific Mall 北京君太百貨, Zhongyou Department Store 中友百貨, 77th Street Mall 77街購物中心, Joy City 大悅城 Wangfujing 王府井商圈 Oriental Plaza 東方新天地第一街, Sunlight Store 晨曦百貨, APM Mall, Wangfujing Department Store 北京市 百貨大樓, Haoyou World Shopping Mall 好友世界商場, Wangfujing Food Market 王府井食品商場, Dong’an Market 東安市場, Lotte Intime Department Store 樂天銀泰百貨 Sanlitun 三里屯商圈 Taikoo Li 太古里 Shilihe 十里合商圈 Shilihe Household Building Materials Commercial Street 十里合家居建材 商業街 CBD商圈 Parkview Green 芳草地 Zhongguan cun Gongzhufen Xidan Wangfu jing CBD Sanlitun Shilihe Chaoqing 23 Source: Internet resources
  24. 24. Shanghai 24 Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013 • The largest city in China by population • One of China’s four municipalities, along with Beijing, Tianjin and Chongqing • The largest consumer market among all mainland cities; the city’s consumers are also being viewed as trend- setters for fashion and lifestyle products • Foreign brands often choose Shanghai as point of entry into the China market • In 2011, the Shanghai government promulgated the 12th FYP of Shanghai. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 2,018 5 GDP per capita (yuan) 85,373 3 GDP composition 0.6: 38.9: 60.4 Population (million) 24 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 741 9 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 40,188 11 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 26,253 5 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 17,804 11 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 11,972 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 3,190 -2 Export value (US$ billion) 207 -1 Import value(US$ billion) 230 1 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 15,185 21 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) ~8 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) ~65 Retail sales (billion yuan) 870 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) Not less than the annual growth rate of GDP per capita Shanghai
  25. 25. Shanghai Commercial districts and retailers Commercial districts Major retailers Sizhuan North Road 四川北路商圈 Jiajie International Plaza 嘉傑國際廣場, PCD Department Store 巴黎春天, Tobo Department Store 東寶百貨, Toronto Plaza 多倫生活廣場 Caojiadu 曹家渡商圈 PCD Department Store 巴黎春天, New World Department Store 新世界百貨 Zhongshangongyuan 中山公園商圈 Guangyi Department Store 光一百貨, PCD Department Store 巴黎春天, Cloud Nine Shopping Mall 龍之夢購物中心 Jingansi – Nanjing Road West 靜安寺 – 南京西路 商圈 Jiuguang Department Store 久光百貨, Golden Eagle Department Store 金鷹國際 購物中心, West Gate Mall 梅龍鎮廣場, Heng Long Plaza 恆隆廣場, EM Fashion 伊美時尚, Isetan Department Store 伊勢 丹百貨, Reel Department Store 芮歐百貨 Renmin Plaza – Nanjing Road East 人民廣場 – 南京東 路商圈 Baodaxiang Kids’ Mall 寶大祥青少年兒 童購物中心, New World City 新世界城, Raffle City 上海來福士廣場, 818 Plaza 818廣場, Wing On Department Store 永安 百貨,Oriental City 東方商廈, Shanghai No. 1 Department Store 上海第一百貨商店, Bailian Plaza 百聯世茂國際廣場, Sanlian Mall 三聯商廈 Lujiazui 陸家嘴商圈 Super Branded Mall 正大廣場, IFC Shanghai 上海國金中心, J.Life Mall 金茂 時尚生活中心 Zhangyang Road 張揚路商圈 Shanghai NEXTAGE department store 上 海第一八佰伴 Huaihai Road Central 淮海中路商圈 IAPM 環貿 iapm商場, Oriental City 東方 商廈, K11, Pacific Department Store 太平 洋百貨 Xujiahui 徐家匯商圈 Huijin Department Store 匯金百貨, Pacific Department Store 太平洋百貨, Oriental City 東方商廈, Shanghai No. 6 Department Store 上海六百, Ganghui Plaza 港匯廣場 Sizhuan North Road Caojiadu Zhongshang gongyuan Xujiahui Zhangyang Road Lujiazui 25 Source: Internet resources
  26. 26. Guangzhou 26 Source: Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2013 • The capital city of Guangdong province • The famous “Canton Fair”. The largest annual trade fair in China, thanks to the surrounding regions’ manufacturing bases • Consumers are more willing to spend on food and drinks. Consumers in Guangzhou are pragmatic and rational. They spend more on food and drinks rather than on clothes or accessories • In 2011, the Guangzhou government promulgated the 12th FYP of Guangzhou. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,355 9 GDP per capita (yuan) 105,909 9 GDP composition 1.6: 34.8: 63.6 Population (million) 13 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 598 14 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 38,054 11 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 30,490 8 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 16,788 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 10,965 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,486 -5 Export value (US$ billion) 59 4 Import value(US$ billion) 58 -2 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 4,575 7 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 1,800 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 65 Retail sales (billion yuan) 800 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 49,300 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 20,300 Guangzhou
  27. 27. Guangzhou Commercial districts and retailers 27 Commercial districts Major retailers Tianhe 天河北商圈 Grandbuy Department Store 廣州百貨, Mopark Department Store 摩登百貨, Tee Mall 廣州天河城廣場, Grandview Plaza 正佳廣場, Hongcheng Plaza 宏城廣場, TaiKoo Hui 太古匯, One Link Walk 萬菱匯, Fashion Tianhe Commercial Plaza 時尚天河, Huayi Department Store 華億百貨, Friendship Shopping Centre 友誼商店, Lit Department Store 麗特百貨 Shangxia Jiu 上下九商圈 Liwan Plaza 荔灣廣場, Kang Wang Best Come Shopping Mall 康王·柏德來商業城, Heye Square 和業廣場, Dongji Xintiandi Shopping Mall 東急新天地購物廣場, Hangbao Plaza 恆寶廣場 Zhujiang New Town 珠江新城商圈 Happy Valley Mall 太陽新天地, G.T. Land Plaza 高德置地廣場, Grandbuy Department Store 廣州百貨, Mall of the World 花城匯廣場, Friendship Shopping Centre 友誼商店 Beijing Road 北京路商圈 Grandbuy Department Store 廣州百貨, Mopark Department Store 摩登百貨, Xindaxin Department Store 新大新百貨, Mayflower Plaza 五 月花商業廣場, Mingsheng Plaza 名盛廣場, Metro Mall 光明廣場 Huanshi East 環市東商圈 Grandview East International Plaza 正佳東方國際廣場, Baoli Central Plaza 保利中環廣場, La Perle 麗柏廣場, Friendship Shopping Centre 友誼商店 Tianhe Shangxia Jiu Zhujiang New Town Beijing Road Huanshi East Source: Internet resources
  28. 28. Shenzhen 28 Source: Guangdong Statistical Yearbook 2013 • A major city in southern China. Adjacent to Hong Kong, Shenzhen became the first Special Economic Zone in China in the 1980s • The first stop in southern China for brands. Most international brands tend to choose Shenzhen as their first location to enter southern China • China’s largest migrant city. It attracts both white and blue-collar workers from the rest of the country to pursue economic opportunities • In 2011, the Shenzhen government promulgated the 12th FYP of Shenzhen. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,295 13 GDP per capita (yuan) 123,247 12 GDP composition 0.1: 44.3: 55.6 Population (million) 11 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 401 14 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 40,742 12 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 26,728 11 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) - - The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) - - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 2,136 5 Export value (US$ billion) 271 11 Import value(US$ billion) 195 16 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 5,229 14 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) 10 GDP per capita (US$) 20,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 60 Retail sales (billion yuan) 550 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 49,000 Shenzhen
  29. 29. Shenzhen Commercial districts and retailers 29 Commercial districts Major retailers Caiwuwei 蔡屋圍商圈 Maoye Department Store 茂業百貨, Rainbow Department Store 天虹百貨, Shirble Department Store 歲寶百貨, Lilian Sun Department Store 太陽百貨, The Mixc 萬象城, King Glory Plaza 金光華廣場 Futian CBD 福田CBD商圈 Central Walk 中心城, CITIC Plaza 中信城市廣場, Rainbow Department Store 天虹購物廣場 Overseas Chinese Town 華僑城商圈 Yitian Holiday Plaza 益田假日廣場, KK Mall 京基百納新生活廣場, Tongluowan Department Store 銅鑼灣百貨 Houhai 后海商圈 Haiya Department Store 海雅百貨, Shirble Department Store 歲寶百貨, Coastal City 海岸城, Baoli Culture Square 保利文 化廣場, Friendship Department Store 友誼城, Xinhe Shopping Plaza 信和購物廣場, Rainbow Department Store 天虹百貨 CaiwuweiFutian CBDOverseas Chinese Town Houhai Source: Internet resources
  30. 30. Changsha 30 Source: Statistical Communique, CEIC • The capital city of Hunan province • The largest consumer market in Hunan province. In 2012, the total retail sales of Changsha accounted for almost one-third of the province’s total retail sales, a much larger share than other cities in Hunan • In 2011, the Changsha government promulgated the 12th FYP of Changsha. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 640 14 GDP per capita (yuan) 89,903 13 GDP composition - Population (million) 7 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 245 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 30,288 15 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 19,460 8 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 15,763 18 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 10,155 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) - - Export value (US$ billion) 5 27 Import value(US$ billion) 4 3 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 2,977 14 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 900 GDP per capita (yuan) 120,000 Retail sales (billion yuan) 450 Urbanization rate (%) 70 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) >40,000 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) >20,000 Changsha
  31. 31. Changsha Commercial districts and retailers 31 Commercial districts Major retailers Wuyi Avenue 五一大道商圈 Wangfujing Department Store 王府 井百貨, Furong Square 芙蓉廣場 , Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, New World Department Store 新世界百 貨, ID Mall 悅方, Friendship Store 友誼商店, Bailian Orient Shopping Centre 百聯東方商廈, Pinghetang Shopping Centre 平和 堂購物廣場 Dongtang 東塘商圈 Friendship Shopping Centre 友誼 商城, Pinghetang Shopping Centre 平和堂購物廣場 Railway Station 長沙火車站商圈 Apollo Commercial Plaza 阿波羅 商業廣場, Huahai 3C Square 華 海3C廣場 Kaifu District 開福商圈 Maison Mode 美美百貨, Zhongshan Road Department Store 中山路百貨大樓, Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, Kaile International City 凱樂國際城, Shirble Department Store 歲寶百貨 Hongxing 紅星商圈 Taskin City Plaza 德思勤城市廣 場, Rainbow Department Store 天 虹百貨, Xiangfu Department Store 湘府百貨, Tongcheng Commercial Plaza 通程商業廣場, Xiledi Shopping Centre 喜樂地購物中 心 Hexi 河西商圈 Aux Plaza 奧克斯廣場, Xiangteng Chengshi Square 湘騰城市廣場, Shimao Brillanate Bay 世茂·鉑翠 灣, Greenland Central Plaza 綠地 中央廣場 Wuyi Avenue Hexi Dongtang Railway Station Hongxing Source: Internet resources
  32. 32. Chengdu 32 • The capital city of Sichuan Province • International retailers often target Chengdu when they first entered Western China • Extensive reach to the surrounding cities. Chengdu attracts affluent consumers from nearby cities and even from neighbouring provinces such as Shaanxi, Chongqing, Guizhou, Guangxi and Tibet • High vacancy rate. According to Knight Frank, the vacancy rate of prime shopping centres in Chengdu was the highest among China’s seven major cities in 2H12 • In 2011, the Chengdu government promulgated the 12th FYP of Chengdu. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 814 17 GDP per capita (yuan) 57,624 17 GDP composition 4.3: 46.2: 49.5 Population (million) 14 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 332 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 26,590 15 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 18,814 13 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 11,501 16 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 8,061 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 785 4 Export value (US$ billion) 30 32 Import value(US$ billion) 17 15 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 8,590 31 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) > 1,000 GDP per capita (US$) >10,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 52 Urbanization rate (%) ≧60 The per capita urban households disposable income (annual growth rate, %) ≧12 The per capita rural households net income (annual growth rate, %) ~12 Chengdu * Seven major cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Chengdu Source: ChengduStatistical Yearbook 2013; “China Retail Property Market Watch, 1H13” Knight Frank
  33. 33. Commercial districts Major retailers Yanshikou, Chunxi Road 鹽市口.春熙路 商圈 Champagne Square 香檳廣場, Chicony Square 群光廣場, Far Eastern Department Store 遠東百貨, Hualian Commercial Building 成都華聯商厦, Isetan Department Store 成都伊勢丹, Ito Yokado Department Store 成都伊 藤洋華堂, Maoye Department Store 茂業百貨, Maison Mode Department Store 美美力誠百貨, New World Department Store 成都新世界百貨, Pacific Department Store 成都太平洋百貨, Parkson Department Store 成都 摩爾百盛, Renhe Spring Department Store 成都仁和春 天, Yanlord Landmark 成都仁恒置地廣場, Sunshine Department Store 陽光百貨, Wangfujing Department Store 成都王府井百貨, Daye Department Store 成都大業百 貨, Chunxi Department Store 成都春熙新館 Mengzhuiwan, Jianshe Road 猛追灣.建設路 商圈 Hualian Donghuan Plaza 華聯東環廣場, Ito Yokado 伊藤 洋華堂, Paradise Walk 龍湖天街, SM Megamall SM廣場, Laiya Dept Store 成都來雅百貨 New South Area 人民南路商圈 Dashijie Commercial Plaza 大世界商業廣場, Renhe Spring Department Store 仁和春天百貨, Wangfujing Department Store 王府井購物中心, Raffles City 來福士 廣場 Hongpailou, Shuangnan 紅牌樓.雙楠商 圈 Chengdu Shopping Centre 成都購物中心, Dongshang Department Store 東尚百貨, Hongpailou Square 紅牌樓廣場, Huada Shopping Mall 華達商場, Ito Yokado伊藤洋華 堂, Ruyi Department Store 如意百貨, Renmin Department Store 人民商場, Roman Holiday Plaza 羅馬假日廣場 Luomashi 騾馬市商圈 CapitaMalls 凱德廣場, Jinniu Wanda Plaza 金 牛萬達廣場, Pacific Department Store 太平洋 百貨, Parkson Department Store 百盛百貨, Ruyi Department Store 如意百貨, Sanyou Department Store 三友百貨, Sunshine Department Store 陽光百貨, PCD Stores 時代 巴黎春天百貨, New Town Plaza 成都新城市 廣場 Jingsha, Guanghua 金沙.光華商圈 Renhe Spring Plaza 仁和春天廣場, Xinguanghua Plaza 新光華廣場, Jinyang Qianshen Department Store 晋陽千盛百貨購 物廣場 Yanshikou, Chunxi Road Jingsha, Guanghua New South Area Chengdu Commercial districts and retailers 33 Source: Internet resources
  34. 34. Chongqing 34 Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013; “Hidden cities – The next generation of retail markets, 2012” Deloitte • One of China’s four municipalities, along with Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin • Gateway to Western China. The government has put more efforts in balancing the economic growth between the eastern and western regions. Chongqing is the fastest growing economy in Western China • Domestic companies dominated. According to Deloitte, domestic companies dominated Chongqing‘s retail sector, with international players capturing 3% of the market in 2012. However, international retailers are expanding fast • In 2011, the Chongqing government promulgated the 12th FYP of Chongqing. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,141 14 GDP per capita (yuan) 38,914 13 GDP composition - Population (million) 29 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 403 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 22,968 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 16,573 11 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 7,383 14 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 5,019 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,310 11 Export value (US$ billion) 39 95 Import value(US$ billion) 15 56 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 10,533 0.04 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 1,500 GDP per capita (yuan) 50,000 Retail sales (billion yuan) 600 Urbanization rate (%) 60 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 31,000 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 12,000 Chongqing
  35. 35. Commercial districts Major retailers Jiefangbei 解放碑商圈 Pacific Department Store 重慶太平洋百貨, Golden Eagle Shopping Mall 金鷹財富中心, Yingli International Financial Centre 英利國際購物中心, SML Plaza 日月光中 心廣場, ChongqingTimes Square 重慶時代廣場, Chongqing Department Store 重慶百貨, Wangfujing Dept Store (Jiefangbei) 重慶王府井(解放碑店), Metropolitan Plaza 大都會廣場, Maison Mode 重慶美美百貨 Guangyingqiao 觀音橋商圈 Maoye Department Store , Chongqing New World Department Store 新世界百貨, Chongqing New Century Department Store 新世紀百貨 (世紀新都), Star 68 Light Plaza 星光68廣場, Far Eastern Department Store 遠東百貨, Beicheng Tianjie Shopping Centre 北城天街購物廣場, IMIX Park 大融城 Shapingba 沙坪壩商圈 XD Shopping Centre炫地購物中心, Huang Hua New Century Shopping Centre 煌華新紀元購物廣場, Sanxia Plaza 三峽廣場, CapitaRetail 凱德廣場, Wangfujing Dept Store (Shapingba) 重慶王府井(沙坪壩店), Liyang Dept Store 重慶立洋百貨 Nanping 南坪商圈 Yuan Dan Shopping Centre 元旦廣場重百尚熙百貨店, New World Department Store (Jiangnan Commercial City) 重庆新世纪百货(江南商都), Sincere Starlight Times Square 協信星光時代廣場, Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, Parkson Department Store (Nanping) 重慶南坪百盛 Yangjiaping 楊家坪商圈 New World Dept Store (Ruicheng Commercial City) 重慶新世紀百貨(瑞成商都), Paradise Walk 西城天街 Yangjia ping Shapingba Jiefangbei Guangyingqiao Nanping Chongqing Commercial districts and retailers 35 Source: Internet resources
  36. 36. Dalian 36 Source: Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013, CEIC • A major city and seaport in the south of Liaoning province • The financial center of Northeast China • Increasingly important in global trade due to its strengths in shipping, manufacturing, finance and tourism • In 2011, the Dalian government promulgated the 12th FYP of Dalian. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 700 14 GDP per capita (yuan) 102,922 13 GDP composition 6.4: 51.9: 41.7 Population (million) 6 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 222 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 27,539 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 20,417 8 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 15,990 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 7,639 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,035 - Export value (US$ billion) 35 11 Import value(US$ billion) 29 2 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 12,350 12 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) >1,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 48 Retail sales (billion yuan) 373 Urbanization rate (%) >75 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 42,600 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 24,700 Dalian
  37. 37. Commercial districts Major retailers Qingniwa 青泥窪商圈 Shengli Plaza 勝利廣場, Pacific Department Store 太平 洋百貨, MyKal Department Store 麥凱樂大連商場, Jiuguang Department Store 久 光百貨, Newmart Department Store 大商新瑪特購物休閒 廣場 Xi’anlu 西安路商圈 Tianxing Luosifu Mall 天興羅 斯福商場, Parkson Department Store 百盛購物 中心, Jinhui Department Store 錦輝商城, Dalian Friendship Department Store 友誼商城 分店, Wal-Mart Supermarket 沃爾瑪超市, MyKal Department Store 麥凱樂大 連商場, Newmart Department Store 大商新瑪特購物休閒 廣場 Tianjin Pedestrian Street 天津街步行 購物一條街 New World Department Store 新世界百貨, Jiazhaoye Plaza 佳兆業廣場 Heping Square 和平廣場 Heping Mall 凱德和平廣場 Changqun Road 長春路 商圈 Parkson Department Store 百 盛, Olympic Plaza 奧林匹克 購物廣場 Dalian Commercial districts and retailers 37 Source: Internet resources
  38. 38. Hangzhou 38 Source: Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook 2013; Statistical Communique, CEIC, DTZ, Jones Lang LaSalle • Influx of leading luxury brands. Hangzhou ranks second in terms of luxury retailer concentration, according to Jones Lang LaSalle • A popular tourist destination. In 2012, the total income of the tourism industry in Hangzhou was 139 billion yuan, with the number of tourists exceeding 85 million persons • Traditional retail hubs like Wulin are undergoing renovations, while opportunities for faster growth will appear in suburban areas, such as Qianjiang CBD, according to DTZ • In 2011, the Hangzhou government promulgated the 12th FYP of Hangzhou. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 780 11 GDP per capita (yuan) 111,758 10 GDP composition 3.3: 45.8: 50.9 Population (million) 9 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 294 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 35,704 10 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 22,800 1 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 17,017 12 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 13,612 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,296 5 Export value (US$ billion) 41 -1 Import value(US$ billion) 20 -9 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 4,961 5 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 1,000 GDP per capita (yuan) 102,500 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) ~54 Retail sales (billion yuan) 413 Urbanization rate (%) 74 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 50,600 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 23,250 Hangzhou
  39. 39. 39 Commercial districts Major retailers Wulin 武林商圈 Intime Department Store 銀泰百貨, Hangzhou Tower Shopping Centre 杭州大厦購物中心, Hangzhou Dept Store 杭州百貨大樓 Hubin 湖濱商圈 Hangzhou Jiebai Dept Store 杭州解 百新世紀商厦, Jiebai New Yuan Hua解百新元華, Lixing Department Store 杭州利星名品 廣場, Intime Department Store (Xihu) 杭州銀泰百貨(西湖店) Qianjiang 錢江商圈 The Mixc Mall 杭州萬象城, Sasseur Life Plaza 砂之船奧特萊 斯, Waow Plaza 娃歐商場, GTLand Plaza 高德置地廣場, Intime Dept Store (Qingchun) 杭州 銀泰百貨(慶春店) Binjiang 濱江商圈 Starlight International Plaza 星光國 際廣場 Wulin Hubin Hangzhou Commercial districts and retailers Source: Internet resources
  40. 40. Nanjing 40 Source: Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2013, CEIC • The capital city of Jiangsu province. Nanjing is the third largest economy after Suzhou and Wuxi in Jiangsu province • A popular tourist destination. Nanjing is a distinctive cultural city, as it was an ancient capital for six dynasties. Shoppers in Nanjing tend to be locals or tourists from the north of Jiangsu or neighbouring Anhui province • Wide range of low- to mid-end domestic and international brands. Department stores dominate the region but there is also a heavy concentration of shopping malls, but their positioning is generally lower than those in Shanghai • In 2011, the Nanjing government promulgated the 12th FYP of Nanjing. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 720 17 GDP per capita (yuan) 88,525 16 GDP composition 2.6: 44.0: 53.4 Population (million) 8 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 310 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 35,092 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 22,446 12 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 14,786 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 11,114 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,144 10 Export value (US$ billion) 32 3 Import value(US$ billion) 23 -12 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 4,130 16 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) >1,000 GDP per capita (yuan) ~110,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 56 Urbanization rate (%) 83 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) >50,000 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) >22,000 Nanjing
  41. 41. 41 Commercial districts Major retailers Xinjiekou 新街口商圈 Deji Plaza 南京德基廣場, Golden Eagle International Shopping Centre 南京金 鷹國際購物中心, Xinjiekou Department Store 南京新街口百貨商 店, Central Emporium Plaza 南京中央 商場, Grand Ocean Department Store 南京大洋百貨, Jinlun Xintiandi金輪新 天地, Orient Department Store 南京東 方商城 Gulou 鼓樓商圈 Yaohan Department Store 南京八佰伴, Nanjing Gulou Pacific Department Store 太平洋百貨, Suning Universal Shopping Centre 南京蘇寧環球購物中心, Suning Galaxy (Shanxi) 南京蘇寧銀河(山西 店), Nanjing International Centre南京 國際廣場, Hunanlu Department Store 湖南路商場, Shanxilu Department Store 山西路商場 Confucius Temple 夫子廟商圈 Aqua City 南京水游城, Shopping Fun 水 平方, Nanjing Maoye Complex (not yet opened) 南京茂業天地 (未開業), Ledu Plaza(not yet opened) 樂都匯 (未開業) Hexi 河西萬達商圈 Wanda Plaza 南京萬達購物廣場 Olympic Sports Centre 奧體商圈 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games City (not yet opened)青奧城 (未開業), Hexi CBD 河西CBD Jiangning 江寧商圈 Jiangning Wanda Plaza (not yet opened) 江寧萬達廣場 (未開業) Xiaguan 下關商圈 Yueda International Shopping Center悅達 國際購物中心, Daguantiandi Mall 大觀天 地MALL Zhongyangmen 中央門商圈 Jinsheng Department Store 金盛百貨 Jiangbei 江北商圈 Hongyang Plaza 弘陽廣場 Xinjie kou Jiangbei Confucius Temple Xiaguan Jiang ning Nanjing Commercial districts and retailers Gulou Hexi Olympic Sports Centre Source: Internet resources
  42. 42. Ningbo 42 Source: Zhejiang Statistical Yearbook 2013, Statistical Communique, CEIC • Home to large number of entrepreneurs. Ningbo is the place of origin of many successful Chinese merchants • Relatively low rental cost. Office and store rental rate is relatively low in Ningbo, as compared with Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing • Economic centre of South Yangtze River Delta. The government hopes to transform the city into a major base for advanced manufacturing and a centre for shipping finance • In 2011, the Ningbo government promulgated the 12th FYP of Ningbo. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 658 9 GDP per capita (yuan) 114,065 8 GDP composition 4.1: 53.4: 42.5 Population (million) 8 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 233 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 38,043 11 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 23,288 7 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 18,475 12 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 12,699 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,216 1 Export value (US$ billion) 61 1 Import value(US$ billion) 35 -6 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 2,853 2 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 1,000 GDP per capita (yuan) 119,000 Urbanization rate (%) 70 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 48,580 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 23,500 Ningbo
  43. 43. 43 Commercial districts Major retailers Tianyi Square 天一商圈 Tianyi Plaza 天一廣場, Ningbo No.2 Department Store 寧波第二 百貨商店, Orient Shopping Centre 寧波東方商厦, Ningbo New Hualian Shopping Centre 寧波新 華聯商厦, International Shopping Centre國際購物中心, Intime Department Store (Tianyi) 銀泰百 貨 (天一), Intime Department Store (Dongmen) 銀泰百貨(東 門店), Heyi Avenue Shopping Centre和義大道購物中心 Yinzhou 鄞州商圈 Yinzhou Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場 (鄞州), Living all Plaza 聯盛國際 商業廣場, Smart Plaza 斯瑪特 廣場, Incity Plaza 印象城, Qianhu Plaza 錢湖天地, Intime Department Store (Yinzhou) 寧波 銀泰百貨(鄞州) Jiangdong 江東商圈 New World Dept Store (Jiangdong) 寧波新世界百貨(江東), Intime Department Store (Jiangdong) 寧波銀泰百貨(江 東), Century Oriental Plaza 世紀 東方商業廣場, Tianlun Square 天倫廣場 Jiangbei 江北商圈 Ningbo Raffles City 寧波來福士 廣場, Jiangbei Wanda Plaza萬達 廣場 (江北), Yinyi Haide Commercial Centre 銀億海德商 業中心 Tianyi Square Yinzhou Ningbo Commercial districts and retailers Source: Internet resources
  44. 44. Qingdao 44 Source: Shandong Statistical Yearbook 2013 • One of China’s most important coastal port cities • The city has a relatively well-developed tourism sector, spending by visitors has a noticeable effect on retail performance • Pillar industries in the city include electronics, petrochemicals, fine chemicals, automobiles, machinery, metallurgy, building materials, biopharmaceuticals, textiles and garments, and food- and beverage-processing • In 2011, the Qingdao government promulgated the 12th FYP of Qingdao. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 730 10 GDP per capita (yuan) 82,680 9 GDP composition 4.4: 46.6: 49.0 Population (million) 9 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 264 14 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 32,145 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 20,391 6 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 13,990 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 8,653 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,404 15 Export value (US$ billion) 41 1 Import value(US$ billion) 32 2 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 4,600 28 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 1,000 GDP per capita (yuan) 100,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 57 Urbanization rate (%) 75 The per capita urban households disposable income (annual growth rate, %) 11 The per capita rural households net income (annual growth rate, %) 11 Qingdao
  45. 45. 45 Commercial districts Major retailers Hong Kong Road 香港路商圈 MyKal Department Store 麥凱樂商場, Sunshine Department Store 陽光百貨, Aeon 永旺, Carrefour 家樂福, Hisense Plaza 海信廣場 Taidong 台東商圈 Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, Wal-Mart 沃爾瑪, Liqun Department Store 利群商廈 Licun 李村商圈 Bei Fang Guo Mao 北方國貿, Likelai Shopping Mall 利客來購物中心 Fushanhou 浮山後商圈 Fengtianhui Shopping Mall 奉天惠購物廣場, Lotus Supermarket 易初蓮花 Xinduxin 新都心商圈 Likelai Shopping Mall 佳世客,凱德廣場 Zhongshan road 中山路商圈 Likelai Shopping Mall 悅喜客來購物廣場, Liqun Qianhai Shopping Mall 利群集團前海購物廣場, Zhongshan Mall 中山商城, Parkson Department Store 百盛購物中心 Licang Pedestrian street 李滄步行街商圈 Laoshan Department Store 嶗山百貨, Bei Fang Guo Mao 北方國貿, Likelai Shopping Mall 利客來 Hong Kong Road Fushanhou Taidong Qingdao Commercial districts and retailers Zhongshan Road Source: Internet resources
  46. 46. Shenyang 46 Source: Liaoning Statistical Yearbook 2013, CEIC, Jones Lang LaSalle • An important industrial center in China; pillar industries include heavy industry, particularly aerospace, machine tools, heavy equipment and defense, and recently on software, automotive and electronics • Consumers from cities and counties around Shenyang all come to Shenyang for shopping • More than half of the shopping malls, with an average age of 2.5 years, according to Jones Lang LaSalle • In 2011, the Shenyang government promulgated the 12th FYP of Shenyang. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 660 12 GDP per capita (yuan) 80,480 11 GDP composition 4.8: 51.2: 44.0 Population (million) 7 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 280 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 26,431 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 20,003 10 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 13,045 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 6,631 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,270 17 Export value (US$ billion) 6 23 Import value(US$ billion) 7 17 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 5,804 5 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) >12 GDP per capita (yuan) >100,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 46.1 Retail sales (annual growth rate, %) >13 The per capita urban households disposable income (annual growth rate, %) >12 The per capita rural households net income (annual growth rate, %) >13 Shenyang
  47. 47. Hongxing Shenyang Commercial districts and retailers Commercial districts Major retailers Sanhao Street 三好街商圈 KASIA Centre 佳兆業中心, Friendship Time Square 瀋陽友誼時代廣場, Shimao Department Store 世茂百貨, Maoye Department Store 茂業百貨 Wulihe 五里河商圈 LiaoningProvincial Exhibition and Trade Center 遼展購物中心, China Resources MixC 萬象城 Hunnan 浑南商圈 FanhuaMall 泛華廣場購物中心 Zhongjie 中街商圈 Xing long Store 興隆大家庭, Hang Lung Plaza 恆隆廣場, Shenyang Spring 瀋陽春天, New-Mart Department Store 大商新瑪特, Joy City 大悅城, 0101 Fashion Town 0101流行館, New World Department Store 新世界百貨, Suning 蘇寧電器 Taiyuan Street 太原街商圈 Zhongxing Department Store 瀋陽中興大廈, Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, New World Department Store 新世界百貨, Ouya Shenyang Department Store 歐亞瀋陽聯營公司, Parkson Department Store 百盛百貨, New-Mart Department Store 大商新瑪特 Wuai Market 五愛市場商圈 Wuhai Wholesale Market 五愛市場 Beihang 北行商圈 Parkson Department Store 百盛百貨, Lotte Department Store 樂天百貨, West 12 Line Whole Sales market 十二線西綜合批發廣場 Tiexi 鐵西商圈 Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, West Station Department Store 瀋陽鐵西百貨, Tesco 樂購生活購物中心, Maoye Department Store 茂業百貨, Star Mall 星摩爾瀋陽購物中心, Friendship Shopping Mall 友誼購物中心 North Station 北站CBD商圈 Sunshine Department Store 陽光百貨, Carrefour 家樂福, Rich New World 華俯新天地 City Hall 市府廣場商圈 Hang Lung Plaza 恆隆廣場, Zhuozhan Mall 卓展購物中心 Hunnan Wulihe Sanhao Street Tiexi Taiyuan Street Beihang City Hall Zhongjie Wuai Market 47 District1District2 District 1 District 2 Source: Internet resources
  48. 48. Suzhou 48 Source: Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2013, CEIC • Good connectivity to Shanghai. Many people live in Suzhou and work in Shanghai • A popular tourist destination for its ancient gardens. In 2012, the number of tourists exceeded 115 million persons, generating a total tourism income of nearly 137 billion yuan • Manufacturing centre. Suzhou is also an attractive alternative for investors as manufacturing, land and labour costs are cheaper than Shanghai • In 2011, the Suzhou government promulgated the 12th FYP of Suzhou. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,201 12 GDP per capita (yuan) 114,029 12 GDP composition 1.6: 54.1: 44.2 Population (million) 11 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 324 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 39,079 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 25,157 13 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 19,396 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 14,381 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 2,875 3 Export value (US$ billion) 175 4 Import value(US$ billion) 131 -2 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 9,165 2 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) ~12 The per capita urban households disposable income (annual growth rate, %) ~12 The per capita rural households net income (annual growth rate, %) ~12 Suzhou
  49. 49. 49 Commercial districts Major retailers Guanqian Road 觀前街商圈 No.1 Department Store 蘇州第一百貨商店, Grand Ocean 蘇州大洋百貨, Matro 蘇州美羅商城, Golden Eagle International Shopping Centre 蘇州金鷹國際 Shilu 石路商圈 Suzhou Shilu International Shopping Centre 蘇州石路國際商城, Senso Place 新蘇天地 Nanmen 南門商圈 Suzhou Tower 蘇州泰華商場 SND 高新區商圈 The Emerald City 蘇州綠寶廣場 Jinji Lake West 金鶏湖西商圈 Xinghai Square 星海生活廣場, Suzhou Central Square蘇州中心廣場 Jinji Lake East 金鶏湖東商圈 Jiu Guang Department Store 蘇州久光百貨, Suzhou Times Square圓融時代廣場 Guangqian Road Suzhou Commercial districts and retailers Shilu Source: Internet resources
  50. 50. Tianjin 50 Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2013 • One of China’s four municipalities, along with Beijing, Shanghai and Chongqing • Bounded to the east by the Bohai Bay portion of the Yellow Sea and is the largest coastal city in north China • An integral part of the Bohai Bay Economic Zone, which is one of the three biggest economic zones in China • The retail market in Tianjin has been developing fast in recent years with the arrival of a number of major retailers, such as IKEA, Lotte Department Store and Wal-Mart, as well as the opening of some big shopping malls including Joy City and Galaxy Mall • In 2011, the Tianjin government promulgated the 12th FYP of Tianjin. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 1,289 14 GDP per capita (yuan) 93,173 9 GDP composition 1.3: 51.7: 47.0 Population (million) 14 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 392 16 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 29,626 10 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 20,024 9 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 14,026 14 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 8,337 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) - - Export value (US$ billion) 48 9 Import value(US$ billion) 67 14 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) - - Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) 1,600 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 50 Urbanization rate (%) 90 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 39,120 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 19,000 Tianjin
  51. 51. Commercial districts Major retailers Laochengxiang 老城廂商圈 Joy City 大悅城, Yanlord Haihe Plaza 仁恒海河廣場, Buffalo Discount Outlet 水牛城 – 名品折扣店 Xiaobailou 小白樓商圈 Binjiang Shopping Mall 濱江購物中心, Hisense Plaza 海信廣場 Jinbin road 津濱大道商圈 Redstar International Plaza 紅星國際, Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場 Binjiang Road – Heping Road 濱江道—和平路 Quan Ye Chang 勸業場, Parkson Department Store 百盛, Zhongyuan Department Store 中原百貨, Binjiang Department Store 濱江商廈, My Go Plaza 麥購休閒廣場 Nanjing road 南京路商圈 Lebin Department Store 樂賓百貨, Tianjin Centre Shopping Centre 天津中心商城, Milenio Department Store 米萊歐 百貨, Isetan Department Store 伊勢丹百貨 Tianjin Commercial districts and retailers 51 Laocheng xiang Binjiang Road, Heping Road Source: Internet resources
  52. 52. Wuhan 52 Source: Hubei Statistical Yearbook 2013, Statistical Communique, CEIC • The capital city of Hubei province • The first stop in central China for brands. Most international brands tend to choose Wuhan as their first location to enter central China • In 2011, the Wuhan government promulgated the 12th FYP of Wuhan. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 800 18 GDP per capita (yuan) 79,482 16 GDP composition - Population (million) 10 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 347 14 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 27,061 14 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 18,813 10 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 11,190 14 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 8,167 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,006 36 Export value (US$ billion) 11 -8 Import value(US$ billion) 10 -13 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 3,289 19 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) >1,000 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 52 Urbanization rate (%) 77 The per capita urban households disposable income (annual growth rate, %) >12 The per capita rural households net income (annual growth rate, %) >12 Wuhan
  53. 53. 53 Commercial districts Major retailers Jiefang Road 解放路商圈 Wuhan Plaza Shopping Centre 武漢廣場購物中心, Wushang Mo’er City 武商摩爾城, Wuhan International Plaza 武漢國際廣場購物中心 Jianghan Road 江漢路商圈 Center Dept Store 武漢中心百貨大樓, Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, Grand Ocean Dept Store 大洋百貨, Wangfujing Dept Store 王府井百貨, New Beauties Fashion Plaza 新佳麗時尚廣場 Qingnian Road 青年路商圈 Qiannian Square 青年廣場, Xinyijia Shopping Plaza 新一佳購物廣場 Hangyang – Wangjiawan 漢陽 –王家灣商圈 Jinxing Dept Store 金星百貨, Grand Ocean Dept Store 大洋百貨, Hanshang 21st Century Shopping Centre 漢商21世紀購物中心, Wuhan Mall 摩爾城 Hangyang – Zhongjiacun 漢陽–鍾家村商圈 New World Dept Store 新世界百貨, Hanshang Ginza 漢商銀座 Wuluo Road 武珞路商圈 Grand Ocean Dept Store 大洋百貨, Asian Trade Plaza 亞洲貿易廣場 Zhongnan Road 中南路商圈 Zhongshang Square Shopping Centre 中商廣場購物中心, Zhongjian Square 中建廣場, Intime Dept Store 銀泰百貨 Guanggu 光谷商圈 Optics Valley Plaza 光穀廣場, Grand Ocean Dept Store 大洋百貨 Xudong 徐東商圈 Xudong Shopping Plaza 徐東購物廣場, New World Dept Store 新世界百貨, TriumphalArch Plaza 凱旋門廣場 Guangou Wuhan Commercial districts and retailers Qingnian Road Hangyang, Wangjiawan Hangyang, Zhongjiacun Xudong Source: Internet resources
  54. 54. Wuxi 54 Source: Jiangsu Statistical Yearbook 2013, CEIC, Hong Kong Trade Development Council • Clusters of rich entrepreneurs. Many of them are conspicuous consumers looking for famous brands • High disposable income but rather limited competitions. The market is favourable especially for retailers in prime locations • High concentration of supermarkets, according to Hong Kong Trade Development Council • In 2011, the Wuxi government promulgated the 12th FYP of Wuxi. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 757 10 GDP per capita (yuan) 117,357 9 GDP composition 1.8: 53.0: 45.2 Population (million) 6 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 244 14 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 35,663 13 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 23,000 16 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 18,509 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 12,795 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 1,445 -1 Export value (US$ billion) 41 -2 Import value(US$ billion) 29 -2 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 4,010 14 Key development goals By 2015 GDP per capita (annual growth rate, %) 10 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 49.5 Urbanization rate (%) 75 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) >50,000 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) >25,000 Wuxi
  55. 55. 55 Commercial districts Major retailers Chong'an Temple 崇安寺商圈 Grand Ocean Department Store 無錫大洋百貨, Grand Orient Department Store無錫大東方百貨, Yaohan Department Store 無錫八佰伴, Parkson Department Store (Sanyang) 無錫三陽百盛, Baoli Plaza 保利廣場, Huijin Plaza 匯金廣場, Far Eastern Department Store 遠東百貨 Shenglimen 勝利門商圈 Railway Station 火車站商圈 Nanmen 南門商圈 Wuxi Maoye City 無錫茂業城購物中心, Sunshine Plaza 陽光廣場, Taihu Square 太湖廣場 Taihu Square 太湖廣場商圈 New District 新區商圈 Wuxi Parkson Department Store 無鍚百盛, New Land Holiday Plaza 新地假日廣場 Beidajie 北大街商圈 Jintaihu International City 金太湖國際購物中心 Heliekou 河埒口商圈 Wuxi Wanda Plaza 無錫萬千百貨 Wuxi Commercial districts and retailers Chong’an Temple Shengli men Railway Station Nanmen Taihu Square New District Beidajie Heliekou Source: Internet resources
  56. 56. Xi’an 56 Source: Shaanxi Statistical Yearbook 2013 • Great potential in high-end goods market. Rich locals are willing to spend on high-end goods. Also, Xi’an attracts affluent consumers from nearby cities in Shaanxi province, who have accumulated their wealth from mining. • A Natural Museum of History. Xi‘an, anciently called Chang’an, is the provincial capital of Shaanxi Province of China. It was authorized by the UNESCO as a world-famous historic city, 13 dynasties made Xi‘an their capital. • Well-developed transportation network. Xi’an railway station is one of the eight major national railway stations. Also, Xi’an airport ranks as top 10 busiest passenger airports in China • In 2011, the Xi’an government promulgated the 12th five year plan (FYP) of Xi’an. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 437 13 GDP per capita (yuan) 51,166 13 GDP composition 4.5: 43.1: 52.4 Population (million) 9 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 226 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 29,982 15 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 18,016 - The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 11,442 17 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) - - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 407 14 Export value (US$ billion) 7 26 Import value(US$ billion) 6 -16 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 2,479 24 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (annual growth rate, %) >13 Contribution of service industry to GDP (%) 56 Urbanization rate (%) 75 The per capita urban households disposable income (growth rate over 2010, %) 100 The per capita rural households net income (growth rate over 2010, %) 100 Xi’an
  57. 57. 57 Commercial districts Major retailers Bell Tower 鐘樓商圈 Wanda Plaza 萬達廣場, Minsheng Department Store 西安民生百貨, Kaiyuan Shopping Mall 西安開元 商城, Century Ginwa Shopping Center (Zhonglou Shopping Center) 西安世紀金花(鐘樓購物中 心), Zhongda International 西安 中大國際, Lucky King Parkson Department Store 西安立豐百盛, Metro City Parkson Department Store西安時代百盛, Mansion Mode Shopping Centre西安長安 國際美美購物中心, Intime Department Store西安中環銀泰 廣場 SND 高新商圈 Vivo City 怡豐城, Century Ginwa Shopping Center (Gaoxin) 西安世 紀金花(高新購物中心), Golden Eagle International Shopping Center (Gaoxin) 西安金 鷹國際購物中心(高新店) Kangfu Road 康復路商圈 Mainly wholesale markets Economic & Technology Zone 北經濟開發區商圈 Century Ginwa Shopping Mall 世紀 金花賽高購物中心 Xiaozhai 小寨商圈 Parkson (Chang’an) Department Store西安百盛(長安店), Golden Eagle International Shopping Center (Guomao) 西安 金鷹國際購物中心(國貿店) SND Economic & Technology Zone Bell Tower Kangfu Road Xiaozhai Xi’an Commercial districts and retailers Source: Internet resources
  58. 58. Xiamen 58 Source: Fujian Statistical Yearbook 2013 • A coastal city in Fujian province • A destination for tourists. In 2012, a total of 41.2 million tourists visited Xiamen, generating a revenue of more than 54 billion yuan • In 2011, the Xiamen government promulgated the 12th five year plan (FYP) of Xiamen. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 282 11 GDP per capita (yuan) 77,340 9 GDP composition 0.9: 48.4: 50.7 Population (million) 4 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 88 10 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 37,576 12 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 24,922 12 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 13,455 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 10,152 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) 449 2 Export value (US$ billion) 45 6 Import value(US$ billion) 29 6 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 1,775 3 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 420 Retail sales (billion yuan) 140 Urbanization rate (%) 85 Xiamen
  59. 59. 59 Commercial districts Major retailers SM – Jiangtou SM – 江頭商圈 SM City PlazaSM 城市廣場, Laiya Dept Store 來雅百貨, Saibo Digital Square 賽 博數碼廣場, Rainbow Dept Store 天虹商 場, China Railway Fortune Harbour 中鐵 財富港灣, Oriental Bali Square 東方巴黎 廣場, New Huadu Supercenter 新華都購 物廣場, Hualian Commercial Building 華聯 商廈, Jiangtou Shopping Mall 江頭商城, Mo’er Lotus 摩爾蓮花 Zhongshan Road 中山路商圈 Laiya Dept Store 來雅百貨, PDC Dept Store 巴黎春天百貨, Minghui Sqaure 名 匯廣場, Lauhucheng 老虎城, China City 中華城, Hong Kong Times Square 香港時 代廣場, Xiamen Yufuya Dept Store 廈門裕 福雅百貨 Railway Station 火車站商圈 PDC Dept Store 巴黎春天百貨, Mingfa Shangye Square 明發商業廣場, Robinsons Gallery Square 羅賓森廣場, Holiday Shopping Mall 假日商城, Zhongmin Baihui Shopping Mall 中閩百匯 商場 Ruijing – Qianpu 瑞景 –前埔商圈 Ruijing Shopping Plaza 瑞景商業廣場, Laiya Dept Store 來雅百貨, Jin Jia Yuan Store 金家圓百貨, Jiaxinlong Shopping Mall 佳鑫隆商場, Hengshida Shopping Plaza 亨事達購物廣場, Fuxin Dept Store 福鑫百貨, Changxinlong Shopping Mall 長 新隆商場 Emerging Districts 崛起商圈 International Trade New Town 國貿新城, Jinshun Dept Store 金順百貨, Jiashidou Shopping Mall 加實多購物商場, Yingsheng Dept Store 盈盛百貨, Wanda Dept Store 萬達百貨, Makco Shopping Center 萬客隆商場, Duoyoujia Dept Store 多又佳百貨, Pengfei Dept Store 鵬飛百 貨商場 SM - Jiangtou Ruijing - Qianou Emerging Districts Xiamen Commercial districts and retailers Source: Internet resources
  60. 60. Zhengzhou 60 Source: Henan Statistical Yearbook 2013 • The capital city of Henan province • The largest consumer market in Henan. In 2012, the total retail sales of Zhengzhou doubled that of the second largest consumer market in Henan, Luoyang • In 2011, the Zhengzhou government promulgated the 12th FYP of Zhengzhou. Key development goals by 2015 (end of the 12th FYP period): Major economic indicators 2012 yoy growth % GDP (billion yuan) 555 11 GDP per capita (yuan) 62,054 11 GDP composition 2.6: 56.4: 41.0 Population (million) 9 - Retail sales (billion yuan) 232 15 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 24,246 8 The per capita urban households consumption expenditure (yuan) 16,610 15 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 12,531 13 The per capita rural households consumption expenditure (yuan) 8,967 - Gross industrial output (billion yuan) - - Export value (US$ billion) 10 3 Import value(US$ billion) 6 7 Utilized foreign direct investment (US$ million) 3,429 11 Key development goals By 2015 GDP (billion yuan) 810 GDP per capita (yuan) 90,000 Urbanization rate (%) 70 The per capita urban households disposable income (yuan) 30,400 The per capita rural households net income (yuan) 14,800 Zhengzhou
  61. 61. Commercial districts Major retailers Er’qi Road 二七商圈 Zhengzhou Yaxiya Market 亞細亞商場, Incity Plaza 印象城購物中心, New Mart Zhengzhou Jinbo Dept Store 新瑪特金 博大百貨, Dashanghai City 大上海城, Dennis Dept Store 鄧尼斯百貨, Jinyun Mansion 金運大廈商場 Huayuan Road 花園路商圈 Zijinshan Dept Store 紫荊山百貨大樓, New World Dept Store 新世界百貨, Yuhong International Plaza 裕鴻國際廣場, Zhengdao Garden Commercial Building 正道花園商廈, Dennis Dept Store 鄧尼斯百貨 Western District 西區商圈 Wanda Plaza 中原萬達廣場, Wangfujing Dept Store王府井百貨 Jinshui Road 金水路商圈 Dennis Dept Store 鄧尼斯百貨, Zengxing Dept Store 振興百貨, Manhattan Square 曼克頓廣場 Zhengdong New District 鄭東新區商圈 Dennis Dept Store 鄧尼斯百貨, Powerlong City Plaza 寶龍城市廣場, Ally 100 聯合一百 Zhengzhou Commercial districts and retailers Er’qi Road 61 Huayuan Road Western District Source: Internet resources
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