Posts found in 'Business & Finance'

NYT

Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri: China’s Luxury Consumers Aren’t ‘Ashamed’ to Wear Logos

At the New York Times International Luxury Conference, Gucci's CEO and other top executives shared their thoughts on whether the logo is dead in China's luxury market.

Read more

A photo that went viral on Chinese social media last week purportedly showing items dumped by Chinese tourists to avoid tariff hikes at Shanghai's Pudong Airport. (Weibo)

China Gets Tough with Cross-Border E-Commerce and Customs Control

China's abruptly introduced new tariff policies and heightened customs inspections are causing major confusion among both brands and consumers.

Read more

Burberry's February 2016 womenswear runway show. (Courtesy Photo)

Burberry’s Hong Kong Sales Decline More Than 20 Percent

Burberry's H2 results released today reveal that Hong Kong remains in a slump for the third quarter in a row despite growth in mainland China.

Read more

Donald Trump has been bashing China on the campaign trail for "stealing" American jobs, but the Trump brand is placing a big emphasis on the Chinese travel market. (Shutterstock)

Trump Sees China’s Rich as Big Business Opportunity Despite Inflammatory Rhetoric

While China-bashing is a big part of Trump's campaign, he's certainly not anti-China when it comes to his business interests.

Read more

Hermès invested in Shang Xia to cater to demand for Chinese-branded luxury. (Facebook/Shang Xia)

Are Chinese Elements Actually Important For Reaching China’s Luxury Consumers?

A recent report finds that 55 percent of mainland Chinese luxury consumers prefer to buy items with Chinese symbols of good luck.

Read more