The size and vitality of various Asian markets drive economic trends around the world. While COVID-19 first emerged in central China, the country was also the quickest to get a grip on the pandemic after authorities imposed strict control measures. With its large population and rapid growth, India is also a driver of overall trends in the region. Stages of development and opportunities within the other countries in the region vary significantly. Asia is projected to be home to more than half the world’s population by 2050, and Wisconsin now has trade representation covering 11 Asian markets.
Wisconsin is home to diverse companies that supply raw materials as well as components for the industry. Read More
New rules on the use of disposable plastics may create opportunities for Wisconsin companies that offer recyclable plastics and other alternatives. Read More
Wisconsin companies that serve the aerospace industry may find opportunities to partner with businesses in South Korea. Read More
The latest national budget reduces customs fees for products related to lithium-ion battery production, which could help Wisconsin suppliers in that industry. Read More
The U.S. is a major source of Japan’s medical device imports, and Wisconsin companies in health tech might find a welcome market there. Read More