A "Michael Kors" bag available on Taobao which the seller claims is a daigou item.

As Chinese Demand for Fakes Goes Down, Scams Go Up

A new survey finds that China's rampant online counterfeit goods sales aren't always voluntary as some buyers think they're getting the real deal.

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A Chanel boutique in Paris. Chinese shoppers now make 40 percent of all luxury purchases in France, according to a new report. (Shutterstock)

China’s Globe-Trotting Luxury Shoppers Boost Europe Sales as Mainland Market Slows

While China's domestic luxury market slows, a new report finds that Chinese shoppers are buying 40 percent of all high-end goods in France and 35 percent in Italy as their spending shifts abroad.

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Dalian Wanda Taps Beijing Olympics Design Talent to Fuel China’s Middle-Class Leisure Boom

The managing director of the design firm behind the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony stage tells us what it was like to work with China's biggest commercial developer on a massive entertainment proje...

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Shoppers and tourists pass by a Shiseido shop in Tokyo's Ginza district. (Shutterstock)

Japan Stages Record Retail Comeback as Chinese Shoppers Return

Price-savvy Chinese tourists return to Japan at full force after a massive setback from 2012's boycotts.

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A Cartier shop display in Paris, a favorite shopping destination for Chinese travelers. (Shutterstock)

Report: Chinese Luxury Shoppers Shun Local Shops as 76 Percent Buy Overseas

As global spending statistics remain hard to pin down, one mainland research firm claims that Chinese consumers' international luxury spending saw 9 percent growth in 2014.

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Apple Ascends To Top Of Gift List For China’s Rich In Austerity Age

As China's wealthy cut back on high-end gifting, the results of a new survey find that Apple devices have become their go-to luxury items.

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