The lower price segment was an area Chinese manufacturers could make inroads into, and were unlikely to face competition from the big players of the high-end market, according to Muirhead, who manages the CS (Lux) Global Robotics equity fund. Photo: AFP
The lower price segment was an area Chinese manufacturers could make inroads into, and were unlikely to face competition from the big players of the high-end market, according to Muirhead, who manages the CS (Lux) Global Robotics equity fund. Photo: AFP
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China can excel in consumer robotics, says Credit Suisse Asset Management specialist

  • Size of demand difficult to estimate as market is emerging, says senior portfolio manager Angus Muirhead
  • China has yet to crack high-end market where consistent and accurate movements are required

The lower price segment was an area Chinese manufacturers could make inroads into, and were unlikely to face competition from the big players of the high-end market, according to Muirhead, who manages the CS (Lux) Global Robotics equity fund. Photo: AFP
The lower price segment was an area Chinese manufacturers could make inroads into, and were unlikely to face competition from the big players of the high-end market, according to Muirhead, who manages the CS (Lux) Global Robotics equity fund. Photo: AFP
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