Industrial water China

How you can find a market within China’s industrial water sector

Now that we’ve provided you with insights on China’s water pollution issues, the key developments in the Chinese water sector and how they will influence the industrial water market, you can find out how you – as a foreign technology provider – can find a market within this $220 billion water sector. We’ve identified four…

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Effects of recent developments on the industrial water market

Although agriculture is the largest source of water pollution in China, industrials are to blame for the most damaging pollution. At the time of writing there are more than 450 ‘cancer villages’ in China, where cancer mortality rates are at least twice as high as the national average. The rise of cancer villages has been…

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Key developments that will boost China’s industrial water market

If you’ve been following our latest blog posts on China’s water crisis and drinking water pollution, you will have read about the alarming water crisis China is facing and how central and local governments are required to work on alleviating these issues. Heavy water usage and toxic discharge pollution single industrials out as key targets to…

Executive courses on selling in the Chinese market: register now!

Executive courses on selling in the Chinese market: register now!

Join our executive courses on December 7 and 8, 2015 on selling in the Chinese market. Selling in the Chinese elderly care & rehabilitation equipment market Elderly care is evolving quickly in China’s greying population. In lockstep with the development of elderly care facilities is the need for high-quality foreign equipment. Join our seminar to learn about…

Drinking water in China: it reminds us of the air pollution market

Drinking water in China: it reminds us of the air pollution market

China’s drinking water market is following a similar trajectory as the air pollution market; it starts with early adaptors, media attention, a growing awareness and then reaches a tipping point. A point where residential water treatment devices are seen and used by a critical percentage of the populace, leading to a quick and mass adaption across the…