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It's hard to argue the facts. China's middle class is about 300 million people, with expectations to reach 600 million in the next five years, according to a 2016 McKinsey & Co. report.Read More
The development of China's ecommerce sector has been unlike any seen so far, largely due to its mobile-first consumer base, adoption of new social commerce models and the prevalence of digital payment systems in the country.Read More
In China, the major online players aren’t Amazon or Facebook, but rather WeChat and Alibaba. For Western sports brands, the Chinese online market is often completely unknown territory.Read More
In announcing the venture, the two companies said they will look to further increase the awareness in China of the offerings of a cruise vacation.Read More
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Mar-a-Lago meeting with his US counterpart Donald Trump generated a buzz over their glamorous wives – one a former singing star and the other a supermodel. Read More
Cross-border shopping by Chinese consumers surged this year, underpinned by strong activity on Alibaba Group’s Tmall Global e-commerce platform.Read More
Alibaba Group’s Alipay is partnering with U.S. payment service providers to expand its mobile payment services to the United States. Read More
When Western merchants think of online mega-sales, they might think of Black Friday or Cyber Monday. But retailers also ought to be watching 11.11 closely, not only because of China’s growing importance as a consumer market.Read More
US-based luxury brand Coach officially shut down its portal on Alibaba-owned Tmall last week, reports The Wall Street Journal.Read More
Alibaba has finally revealed what it takes for foreign firms to succeed in China. Celebrity endorsements and clever product placement on China-based TV shows will help increase sales for Australian brands in the country.Read More