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    Alibaba refuted the United States Trade Representatives' 2017 "Notorious Markets" list, calling itself the victim of the Sino-American political tension. Read More
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    Puma has performed strongly in recent years but, thanks to the meteoric rise of its luxury brands in China, Kering’s attention is elsewhere. Read More
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  • Marriott’s Big China Blunder a Lesson for International Brands

    Marriott’s troubles should also drive home for foreign businesses operating in China or hoping to cater to Chinese tourists that understanding how Beijing understands history is key to not running afoul of the Chinese government. Read More
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    The new initiative is something akin to Pinterest, Facebook, and Amazon all teaming up to take on eBay, showing just how oligarchical the Chinese economy has become. But will the new partnership succeed? Read More
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    Payment technology is already more seamless in China. Will the country also lead the world in high-tech retail experiences? Read More