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        szdaily -> Business -> 
        Toy market ‘still boasts big potential’
            2019-02-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        CHINA’S multibillion U.S. dollar toy market continues to have big growth potential thanks to the sky-high kid population, expanding middle class, rising popularity of digital devices and other factors, according to industry experts.

        Developing countries like India and China in Asia have much better potential for the toy market, Philippe Guinadeau, chief executive officer of market research agency Kidz Global, said Sunday at a China-oriented meeting on the sidelines of New York Toy Fair 2019 running from Saturday to tomorrow.

        China posted about US$11 billion of traditional toy sales in 2017 with games and puzzles, construction toys, and plush toys as the top three categories, according to data presented by Anne McConnell, senior director of market research and data strategy of The Toy Association, at the meeting.

        As the second largest toy market in the world, China has 236 million kids below 14 years old, and 76 percent of the Chinese urban population is expected to become middle class by 2022 with higher disposable income and expense, McConnell said.

        The value of the Chinese education demand has increased given the big size of the child population and governmental regulations to improve preschool education, according to McConnell.

        Chinese kids are estimated to have US$58.25 billion in pocket money, six times that of their U.S. counterparts, according to Guinadeau.

        Avenger toys have huge untapped potential with Ultraman seeing the highest growth and Lego ranked as the most popular brand among boys, Guinadeau noted. Collections are popular across all age groups with cards and stickers, mini cars, figurines and dolls as the top choices of collections.

        As many as 60 percent of Chinese children use mobile phones with 34 percent of kids owning a mobile phone and 22 percent of Chinese children owning a tablet, Guinadeau said.

        Digital devices are mostly used for watching movies and cartoon channels, listening to music and doing schoolwork, with much higher usage in weekends.

        Still, overseas players need to tackle challenges from local competition, according to McConnell.

        Statistics show that China exported US$44.15 billion of toys in 2017, accounting for more than 70 percent of total toys for sale in the world.

        (Xinhua)

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