In 2016 Asia still remains one of the main growth drivers of the world economy.
With the new China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) entering in 2015 they made the Imports in China more easy. They’ve removed the tariffs on a vast range of Australian products, thing that will become particularly important as China transitions to a more consumption-driven economy.
Bellow you can find a map with more details regarding the Import in Asia:
Therefor knowing the different import demands of all these Asian countries is critical to success.
It is not new that the natural resource imports in Asia continue to dominate. Another high demand is for goods used in technological and advanced industries. As you can see only Hong Kong imported $71.5 billion in electronic integrated circuits in 2014, witch represent critical components of finished consumer electronics.