Shopping Category

While China’s spending on luxury products wanes, operators of shopping malls are looking to another retail segment: children’s goods.Read More
When Chinese tourists travel to Europe, many head for the continent's luxury boutiques in order to snap up high-end fashion items. Read More
The sale of luxury goods in China is rising like a speeding rocket. And so is Internet shopping. But the funny thing is that they’re not rising together.Read More
Policing fake purse designs is getting harder than ever, thanks to new “look-alike” products that mimic the shape of their high-end counterparts but feature phony Western-sounding brand names.Read More
China's largest luxury e-commerce firm, announced it has raised $100m investment to expand its foothold into Western markets.Read More
As the Chinese economy powers ahead, it is catapulting many into the ranks of the wealthy and pulling large swaths of the population into its burgeoning middle class. Read More
With E-commerce sales reaching nearly US$300 billion in 2013, China became the world's largest online retail consumer in the world, surpassing the US market. Read More
China is set to take the lead in BRICS nations’ rise in the global car market: China alone will account for 30 percent of all global car sales in 2020 - a 23 percent surge from 2012. Read More
Korea's Myeong-dong shopping district is a beehive of activity at all hours of the day, and that activity is driven more and more by Chinese customers these days.Read More
There’s no question that e-commerce is booming in China: the country is expected to overtake the United States as the world’s largest e-market this year.Read More