Lines outside Chanel at the Shanghai International Financial Center in Shanghai on March 19, 2015. (China Daily)

Why Luxury Brands’ China Price Cuts Won’t Hurt Overseas Sales

Recent China price cuts by Chanel and other brands don't mean that Chinese consumers are going to st...
Young, tech-savvy Chinese travelers are revolutionizing the global travel industry. (Jing Daily)

Chinese Millennials: The $264 Billion Tourism Industry Target

As China's outbound tourism boom is set to see staggering growth over the next five years, young tra...
The exterior of luxury hotel Claridge's in London. (Courtesy Photo)

Eye on London: Mayfair’s Masters of Opulence Court Well-Heeled Chinese Guests

With fans including Vogue China's Angelica Cheung, London's poshest hotels tap into Chinese traveler...
A Chanel boutique in Paris. Chinese shoppers now make 40 percent of all luxury purchases in France, according to a new report. (Shutterstock)

China’s Globe-Trotting Luxury Shoppers Boost Europe Sales as Mainland Market Slows

While China's domestic luxury market slows, a new report finds that Chinese shoppers are buying 40 p...
Shoppers and tourists pass by a Shiseido shop in Tokyo's Ginza district. (Shutterstock)

Japan Stages Record Retail Comeback as Chinese Shoppers Return

Price-savvy Chinese tourists return to Japan at full force after a massive setback from 2012's boyco...
A rendering of LVMH-owned, Hong Kong based travel retailer DFS's planned Siem Reap location. (Courtesy Image)

Chinese Luxury Shoppers’ Next Southeast Asia Hotspot: Cambodia

Luxury retailers are moving in on Cambodia as robust Chinese visitor growth remains a bright spot in...
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