China’s industrial development has been based on the support of Finance and Logistics systems tailored for the strategic objectives of the country, and still engaged in a race guided by both scale and modernization
The financial system plays a core role in China’s economic model, structured under an organization both unique and evolving. Whereas it is structured by different categories of banks (« political », « commercial », regional, municipal and private), new modes of financing, including Funds and PPPs (Private Public Partnerships) play a growing role.
Logistics are at the heart of China’s industrial development, because of both globalization of its firms and huge size of the country. Air Transport, Sea Transport, Waterways and Rail all play strategic roles.
DCA Chine Analyse covers daily evolutions of these sectors, as illustrated by some exemples taken from The China Industrial Monitor