Chinese sports wear brand Li Ning not only saw its shares tumble, but has lost its position as erstwhile favorite. Business analyst Shaun Rein is not very hopeful for its recovery in the short term, and expects an upsurge not before 2015 for the sport apparel sector as a whole, he tells Reuters.Read More →

Half a decade ago, cost for manufacturing in China started to go up, and keep on rising. Author Shaun Rein of “The End of Cheap China: Economic and Cultural Trends that Will Disrupt the World” explains in the China Post how China’s neighbor can profit.Read More →

Silicon Valley companies face fast rising costs when they make their products in China. Low-end production might move to other Asian countries, but for high-end products, companies should face the new China reality, says Shaun Rein, author of The End of Cheap China, in Mercury News.Read More →

Image by cafemama via Flickr Despite disappointing sales figures in the short term, Shaun Rein explains at CNBC why China’s sport apparel firm Li Ning is going to be a winner – together with Nike – in this industry. Li Ning is all set for a long-term success, he claims.Read More →

Image via CrunchBase Nike, the world’s largest manufacturer of athletic shoes, is shifting its attention for sales to Asia and especially China. With success, tells Shaun Rein BusinessWeek: Chief Executive Officer Mark Parker is counting on China and emerging markets to provide the most growth over the next five yearsRead More →

Shaun Rein is the Managing Director of the China Market Research Group, the world’s leading strategic market intelligence firm focused on China. He is one of the world’s recognized thought leaders on strategy consulting in China. In 2012 he published the bestseller “The End of Cheap China.” He travels from Shanghai.Read More →