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China’s Mobile-Focused Consumers Lead The Way In E-Commerce Market

A new survey finds that Chinese consumers are shopping online more frequently than those from any ot...
"Daigou" merchants are popping up everywhere to take advantage of China's e-commerce boom. (Gucci)

China’s Sketchy ‘Daigou’ Luxury Market Is A Hotbed For Fakes

A recent Chinese article states that many low-tax luxury items ostensibly bought abroad to sell on t...
Chinese wine e-tailer's fundraising success comes in the light of China's booming wine retail industry. (Jiuxian)

China’s Gigantic Wine Market Goes Digital

Despite experts' skepticism that wine e-commerce sites would ever succeed, China defies expectations...
Neiman Marcus and eBay were unsuccessful breaking into the Chinese market due to unmanaged expectations. (Neiman Marcus)

Where Neiman Marcus And eBay Went Wrong In China’s E-Commerce Market

Experts discuss why the two foreign e-tailers struggled despite China's booming online sales.
Online shoppers are finding out that they cannot return luxury items, despite a new law that says they can. (jd.com)

Chinese Media Blasts E-Tailers For Limited Luxury Return Policies

A new Chinese media report states that online buyers are finding out they cannot return their luxury...
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Chinese Consumers Are All About High-Tech Payment Options

A new survey finds that Chinese consumers are the world's most enthusiastic group when it comes to e...
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