Despite a generally less bullish outlook on China's manufacturing sector, there are clear indicators that the relevance of a China market strategy is critical to the success of multinational manufacturers.

From chemicals to construction, automotive to healthcare and life sciences, the world's largest producers have adapted ways to remain competitive with their existing and indeed, expanding, China operational footprint.

As costs to operate in this still highly attractive market are rising fast, MNCs are finding ways to be agile in adapting their production processes to remain cost competitive in the Chinese market.

Hear from some of the thought leaders at Solidiance, how it is China is not only very relevant to the world's Fortune 1000 firms, but as Chinese producers themselves begin combating higher labor and raw material costs, they are doing so with an eye to remain aggressively competitive in their cost structure to enable a stronger market position in China and in developed markets.

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