The global economy has seen several large developments within the renewable energy industry in recent years. Such trends include the commercialization of renewable energy sources, an increase in the affordability of renewable technologies, a rise in demand for energy storage, and a greater consciousness in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.
As economic power is shifting from West to East, China is undergoing a massive transformation. The country is being transformed from an investment-driven, heavy-industry based economy, to one where internal economic dynamics and consumption will support it in the 21st Century.
Through our research, we examine the rise of the Chinese consumer in China’s ambition to transform its economy and attain sustainable growth. In this report, we examine the emergence of the Chinese consumer, the economic opportunities and risks associated with this trend, as well as the investment opportunities available for investors looking to tap into the Chinese consumer.
As Japan grapples with long-term macroeconomic and socio-economic issues that risk undermining the Japanese economy, Japanese firms are looking aboard for new business opportunities. This report examines the rise of Corporate Japan in its ambition to go global to seize new markets and attain growth. From my research, I believe that the United States, Vietnam, and India present the greatest opportunities for Japanese companies and investors.
In this report, I examine the areas of investment that I believe offer Japanese companies (and those willing to follow) the greatest long-term investment opportunities, to those that are eager to seize them.