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Although the Chinese media reports that several Chinese companies have trademarked the iWatch name, copyright issues are not Apple's main concern in the country.
As part of Switzerland and China's free trade agreement plans, China has agreed to cut tariffs on Swiss watch imports by 60 percent over the next decade.
Despite concerns about the health of the luxury watch market in China for the coming year, industry insiders continue to offer a measured growth prediction.
Following the grand opening of its first Hong Kong flagship exclusively for watches and jewelry in February, Giorgio Armani diffusion line Emporio Armani is setting its eyes on the Mainland.
Owing to changing tastes and a broader lessening of conspicuous consumption, Chinese buyers are becoming more selective, a trend that is boosting some brands while causing migraines for others.