Times Square mall in Hong Kong. (Courtesy Photo)

Is Hong Kong Doing Enough to Revive Slumping Retail Spending?

Hong Kong is trying to lure back Chinese tourists as retail sales decline for the seventh month in a row, but it may be up against forces out of its control.

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Luxury Retailers Adapt to ‘Oversaturated’ China Market

As China's luxury market slows, brands are putting less emphasis on retail expansion and more on investing in flagships as lifestyle destinations, according to a new report.

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Geometry Global Chief Creative Officer Jon Hamm. (Courtesy Photo)

Geometry Global’s CCO Jon Hamm on Why Brands Should Influence How Consumers Act, Not How They Think

The chief creative officer of Geometry Global, the world's largest activation agency, discusses how to influence buying decisions in a hyper-connected world.

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Du Juan in Vogue China.

Study: China’s Stock Slump Hasn’t Dented Chinese Shoppers’ Luxury Appetite

A new study by Bain and Altgamma argues that Chinese luxury consumers are still flocking abroad to shop in spite of the stock market dive and currency fluctuations.

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From Cashmere to Yak Wool, China is Vital Market for Global Fine Fiber Industry

At the 2015 Cashmere World Forum in Hong Kong, fine fiber industry professionals from across the globe gathered to discuss the latest consumer and production trends with a significant focus on China.

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Macau's skyline. (Shutterstock)

China’s ‘Promiscuous’ Gamblers Unlikely to Shore Up Macau’s Flagging Tourism Industry

A dwindling number of mainland gamblers shows little brand loyalty to one casino as Macau's gaming industry struggles to rebound from its ongoing slump.

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