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For luxury brands on the lookout for the next big cities for growth in the next decade, a new McKinsey report finds that China is still the place to be.Read More
Chinese are the biggest spenders abroad, dropping an average of over $1,000 a day. Luxury goods are about 40 percent cheaper outside China.Read More

Posted On July 17, 2014By DanielIn Consumer, News, Luxury, Shopping

Supermarket Luxury: Joy for Chinese

The shuttle bus from downtown Florence to the Mall, an outlet with all kinds of top-notch luxury brands, seems to be permanently occupied by Chinese nowadays.Read More
In recent years the number of Chinese outbound tourists has surpassed 100 million. They now lead the world in terms of their purchases. Read More
Growth in online shopping in counties and villages in China has outpaced that of cities, becoming a new engine that is further driving China’s domestic consumption.Read More
Foreign brands have long dominated the consumer market in China, but according to a new report, foreign imported goods are now facing a serious challenge from local brands. Read More
China's largest third-party online payment service- Alipay - is teaming up with Global Blue to offer Chinese tourists tax refund services after shopping in European countries.Read More
Chinese shoppers are expected to provide the much-needed momentum for retail sales in the US on Friday, even as most Americans celebrate differently.Read More
While Americans celebrate their country's 238th birthday with fireworks, cookouts and parades, many Chinese visitors will be at the nation's retail outlets for Fourth of July sales.Read More