The Chinese market is worth a staggering $1.3 trillion, and its total value is estimated at over $700 billion.
However, its growth has been slow, with its market share declining from 10.1 percent in 2015 to 7.9 percent in 2017.
This is not because China is under-performing the U, as it is already at the top of the world rankings.
Rather, the market is still growing fast, and it’s an industry that has a lot of room for growth.
However it is a market that has been largely left out of the latest global financial crisis, and that has led to an overall lack of competition.
In fact, there are only about 10 major market players.
There are three main players that dominate the Chinese markets: Chinese real estate, financial services and Chinese technology companies.
While the global economy is experiencing a global recession, the Chinese realty market is seeing unprecedented growth in recent years.
As of 2018, the number of foreign-owned properties in China surpassed 7.3 million, according to the government-run Central News Agency.
In 2016, China’s real estate market reached a record high of $1 trillion.
The Chinese real property market is a major driver of the country’s economic growth, accounting for nearly 90 percent of all new housing construction.
As the economy recovers from the financial crisis and the global economic slowdown, however, the demand for housing is expected to decline.
The second player is financial services.
China’s financial services sector is an enormous one, accounting at least $500 billion for all the Chinese firms in the global financial market.
China has one of the largest financial services companies in the world, which makes it a major competitor to the U as the financial services industry is a key driver of China’s economic performance.
The Chinese government is also working hard to boost financial services in the country.
One of the main initiatives the government has taken is to boost China’s role in global financial services, by boosting the role of Chinese companies in international financial markets, and by encouraging Chinese banks to invest more in developing new banking and credit markets.
The financial services market is also expected to continue growing, and the Chinese government will continue to expand its role in the sector.
A third player is China’s technology industry.
China is the world’s largest Internet economy, with more than 90 percent penetration of the Chinese internet, and is expected continue to grow.
China also leads the world in the development of digital communication and technology, with an estimated 20 billion people accessing the internet daily.
As a result, the internet is becoming increasingly important for the Chinese economy, as more and more people are using it for personal and business purposes.
China’s technology sector has grown rapidly in recent decades, and this trend is likely to continue.
China currently has more than 10,000 Internet companies, and these companies account for 20 percent of the global market.
In 2018, China has more Internet companies than the U combined.
The fourth player is the Chinese automotive market.
According to a report from IHS Automotive, the China market is projected to account for 10 percent of global auto sales by 2040.
In terms of overall growth, China is projected at a 20 percent annual growth rate.
However as the Chinese car industry has seen an overall decline in recent times, the country is looking to diversify its supply chains.
As an example, China recently announced the creation of a new Chinese joint venture with Japanese automaker Toyota to develop new automotive products.
This means that the Chinese automakers are now diversifying their supply chains, and their markets in Asia and the United States will be in a better position to absorb the benefits of a global auto market.
According to a recent survey, 70 percent of Chinese millennials are planning to retire in the next 10 years, and they are looking to the automotive sector as a place to do so.
This will only increase demand for Chinese brands, which will be able to provide services and services products that are unique to the Chinese consumer.
The fifth player is Europe.
In 2017, Europe saw a significant drop in its trade deficit with China, and has since re-established its trade relations with both countries.
As part of the agreement, the European Union will create an “ever closer” trade relationship, with China to bring economic and cultural ties to an end.
However the U still controls a significant portion of the EU’s trade.
The U.K. is the third-largest economy in the European continent, and one of its biggest competitors.
The U.k. is also the biggest buyer of Chinese imports, and Chinese firms are currently active in the U and Europe.
However there is currently a lack of economic competition between the two countries.
The British government has set up a China trade commission to address the imbalance, and British companies are investing in China to increase their presence there.
The sixth and final player is India.
India is a global power in the region, and as of 2018