1. Textile manufacturers in China and producers of other goods destined for the US market move non-labor-intensive production from China to the US, computerizing and mechanizing output to the greatest degree possible.
2. As China focuses on increasing GDP via domestic consumption instead of exports, foreign companies become more savvy at using the internet to sell their products in China, leading to an increase in joint ventures in order to understand Chinese consumers and offer customer service.
3. Opportunities for clean-tech companies in the US to export products to China abound, as the government's attitude towards cracking down on pollution becomes more proactive and awareness amongst the populace about pollution related illnesses increases.
4. Demand increases for baby products in China in the wake of the December 2013 alteration to the one child policy that allows couples to have two children if one spouse is an only child.
5. This year will see an increased demand for private elementary school education in Beijing, due to the children from a baby boom in 2007 being old enough to attend school. 2007 was the "Year of the Pig", which is considered a lucky year to be born.