nternet queen Mikel said many aspects of China has become the world’s nternet leader

 

nternet queen Mikel said many aspects of China has become the world’s nternet leader

Abstract: known as the queen of the Internet, Marie · (Mary Meeker) released her up to 213 PPT 2016 Internet trends (Internet Trends) report. This is the twenty-first time she released the annual internet report, the report said, in many ways, China has become a global leader in the internet.

 

[Zhang Lin / Ti media] June 2nd morning news, known as the "Queen of the Internet" KPCB partner Marie · (KPCB); Mikel (Mary Meeker), released her 213 PPT 2016 "Internet trend" (Internet Trends) report. This is the twenty-first time she has released the annual Internet report.

according to the development of the internet background, she made a number of judgments, including a special chapter elaborated: in many ways, China has become the Internet leader.

in terms of China's macroeconomic situation:

despite the slowdown in investment, service driven employment and income growth remains strong momentum.

embodied in:

2015, China's service sector in the proportion of the total GDP has reached 50%, in the GDP growth in the proportion of up to 87%. The growth rate of employment in service industry is accelerated, which offset the loss of construction, manufacturing and agricultural jobs.

 

 

China's Internet now presents three distinct features:

the number of Internet users in China is huge, with a total of nearly 700 million people;

China's Internet adhesion, mainly from advertising, business, tourism, financial services, the development trend is better than the United States;

China's Internet has emerged as a new feature: on-demand services.

embodied in:

1, a large number of Chinese users

2015 total number of Internet users in China has reached 688 million people, an increase of 6%, while in 2014 was an increase of 7%. However, China's urban per capita disposable income continues to grow at a solid pace.

 

 

2, China's Internet adhesion, good development trend

China's three largest Internet giant Tencent, Alibaba, Baidu accounted for more than 71% of the mobile Internet spending time.

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