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.
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Luxury Brands Ignoring ‘Huge Unmet Demand’ For E-Commerce In China

Although many luxury brands are hesitant to deal with China's challenging e-commerce infrastructure,...
The recently launched Neiman Marcus e-tail site, which will now ship from the United States to China. (Neiman Marcus)

Neiman Marcus Downsizes China Operations, Moves Mainland Shipping to U.S.

Although it is unclear whether the retailer's shift to U.S. operations was caused by bureaucratic re...
Neiman Marcus fashion show at Three on the Bund

Online To Offline: Neiman Marcus Promotes E-Tail With Shanghai Runway Show

A little over a year after the Dallas-based luxury retailer Neiman Marcus announced its entrance to ...

Alibaba’s Success Underpins Chinese E-Commerce Market

With high-profile international brands jumping onto the China e-commerce bandwagon over the past yea...

Net-A-Porter May Find It Difficult To Cross The Great (Tax) Wall Of China

Net-A-Porter's China expansion efforts illustrate the complexities of the country's labyrinthine tax...