New data from EU customs seizures between 2011 to 2013 shows China is the top producer of counterfeit goods and gives insight into what is being produced and which countries are affected.
While the luxury industry has seen the value of engaging consumers on WeChat, many brands have the opportunity to dramatically expand the technical features of their accounts.
Although Chinese tourist spending is slumping this year, outbound Chinese travelers still want to shop as they fan the globe.
China's online live-streaming video apps are becoming increasingly popular among both netizens and celebrities and giving brands like L'Oreal a chance to easily reach millions of potential fans.
After two years of negative growth, mainland China luxury sales are finally set to return to an upswing.
Value Retail has now officially welcomed its first guests at its second luxury outlet shopping destination in China, an ode to Art Deco, Shanghai Village.
A recent report that looks at global high-end tourism trends says hospitality brands will need to take note of what motivates the diverse sets of consumers in the Asia-Pacific as China's luxury travel market swells.
The debate as to whether visible logos on luxury products is appealing to affluent Chinese consumers is no longer a black and white issue for brands.
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