With China committed to doubling incomes, Hong Kong's famed retail districts are a big beneficiary.
The every-five-years Communist congress is producing boldly worded resolutions that merely reinforce of the status quo.
The teenager of Chinese consumption hasn't made its brand preferences clear yet.
China and Japan are in dispute over the region.
Investors should wait for a golf star to drive middle-class interest in the sport.
Action against Huawai and ZTE sting as both hoped to expand into the developed world.
Well-entrenched P&G and Pepsico are set up for a rise in consumption.
Companies 'bound 2 China' are finding a slew of new Chinese rules to promote buying over the Internet.
As old grudges are rekindled, anti-Japanese sentiment threatens revenue.
For now buy stocks in lofty foreign companies with China projects but keep an eye on the big Chinese names.