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 so...
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Dalian Wanda Heats Up China’s Online Payment Race

China's online payment market just got more competitive with a new investment by China's top commerc...
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Tmall’s ‘Premiumization’ Slowly But Surely Snags Global Brands

While it's not a hotbed for luxury, Alibaba's Tmall is becoming a sales platform for a growing numbe...
"Dior" wallets for sale on Taobao.

Does Alibaba’s IPO Mean No More Fake Luxury Goods? Probably Not.

Alibaba has been trying to stamp out luxury fakes in order to boost its image for a U.S. IPO, but it...
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3 Reasons There’s ‘No Time To Waste’ In China’s Luxury E-Commerce Market

Luxury labels shouldn't hesitate about bringing their online shops to China, according to a new pape...
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Taxi-Booking Service Kuaidi Adds Luxury Cars To Lineup

Affluent Chinese urban dwellers can now "flag down" an Audi or BMW with Alibaba-backed Kuaidi's new ...
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