As the world’s second largest economy, China’s movements affect Asia and the world. That’s why at Oxford Economics, we have an in-country team to provide you with an insider’s view of China’s economic trends and outlook.
Our Hong Kong Office
Our Hong Kong office was founded in 2015, as a gateway to clients throughout Greater China. Our local team enables us to understand the market and your needs.
In-depth insights into China
Our economists share their insights and expertise, allowing you to have the information you need to make the right choices.
Inform your strategy
Our forecasting service for China provides a comprehensive analysis of immediate and long-term economic prospects to inform investment strategies, expansion plans, and regional operations.
Get an insider's perspective
Combining local expertise with our global forecasting and modelling approach, our in-country experts provide unparalleled insight, analysis and forecasts for the Chinese economy. Whether you are based in China or interested in the country for other reasons, we can help you identify the trends and insights that matter the most to you.
We provide a flexible solution tailored to your business requirements, giving you the option to choose the services you want to subscribe to. We also have a wide range of consulting capabilities to deliver groundbreaking bespoke analysis.
China Cities and Regional Forecasts
Quarterly updated data and forecasts for 286 cities and 30 provinces across China.Find Out More
Asia Construction Service
Detailed overviews of historical trends and future prospects for building activity across 12 key Asian countries and New Zealand.Find Out More
Global Macro Service
Monitor macro events and their potential impact.Find Out More
Global Economic Model
Our Global Economic Model provides a rigorous and consistent structure for forecasting and testing scenarios.Find Out More
China key themes 2022
We see China’s economy entering 2022 with weaker growth. Our forecast has GDP growth dipping to 3.6% y/y in Q4 2021. And we expect 5.4% GDP growth in 2022, with the economy shaped by three key themes.
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China Cities and Regional Forecasts Brochure
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