2020.7 CGTN：China's electric cars enter new frontier
New energy vehicles, those snazzy, high-end electric cars often associated with environmentally-conscious urban elites, are about to reach beyond the wealthiest cities in China. Once the number of electric car users reaches a certain scale, local governments can incorporate the construction of charging infrastructure to basic infrastructure development, said consulting analyst from iiMedia Research Group.
2020.7 Global Times：China's cinemas reopen, attracting rising movie-goers
After cinemas in China were shut for six months due to the coronavirus epidemic, China's massive box office rebooted with hundreds of thousands of movie-goers heading to watch films at the cinemas last week. iiMedia Research consulting analyst,said that the reopening of cinemas is a signal of China's business resumption. "It will largely boost people's confidence in the domestic economy, as the movie industry often drives spending in dining-out and street shopping."
2020.7 CGTN:Is the Chinese electric car market experiencing a winner-takes-all moment?
As a slew of U.S.-listed Chinese companies are returning to domestic markets, Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup Li Auto, recently announced that it had filed for a U.S. initial public offering, seeking to list its stock on the Nasdaq. Securing money is one obvious benefit of going public, and it can also help raise the name-recognition of the company, and even attract new customers, iiMedia Research consulting analyst said.
2020.7 Global Times：Luxury brands pick up sales at recovering Chinese market
The post-coronavirus consumption recovery in China is becoming the saving grace of international luxury giants, whose businesses are suffering from the pandemic. iiMedia Research consulting analyst, predicted that luxury goods sales in China would increase by 35-45 percent in 2020.