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How Much Will China’s Yuan Devaluation Hurt Luxury?

Investors' rush to drop luxury shares after China's surprise currency devaluation may have been an o...
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China’s Luxury E-Commerce Boom Means ‘Ostrich’ Brands Lose Out

With 74 percent of Chinese luxury consumers buying goods online, high-end labels can't afford to kee...
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Luxury Brands Break Into Food Business to Reach China’s Shoppers

With its new Shanghai restaurant, Gucci is the latest of a string of luxury brands getting into fine...
Kering Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of International Institutional Affairs Marie-Claire Daveu. (Courtesy Photo)

Kering: Sustainability is a ‘Business Imperative’ for Global Luxury Industry

Jing Daily talks to the global luxury conglomerate's head of sustainability Marie-Claire Daveu about...
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China’s Slowdown Means End of ‘Low-Hanging Fruit’ for Foreign Luxury Brands

As the era of easy China sales growth ends for foreign brands, they need to develop a strong underst...
A "Gucci" bag of questionable origin for sale on Taobao.

Will ‘Kering vs. Alibaba’ Set a Luxury Lawsuit Trend for Fighting China’s Fakes?

As luxury brands do whatever they can to fight rampant online fakes in China, Kering's lawsuit strat...
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