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At one time a China exclusive design, in part as a "thank you" gesture to LeBron James' Chinese fans, Nike and Nike Basketball will release the Greater China edition of the LeBron 9 tomorrow at select retailers nationwide. Also known as "Fire Lion", a mythical creature from Chinese lore, its...

" (Reuters) "China's penchant for luxury platinum jewellery is fading despite lower global prices, leaving world demand for the metal exposed to sharper decline." (Luxury Daily) "Digital is still only a small part of China's luxury market, comprising just 5 percent in 2015. Still, its...

(South China Morning Post) "Luxury companies respond to the growing influence of e-commerce with specialised services and distinctive concepts designed to draw customers through the doors." (Bloomberg) "The fuerdai, China's second-generation rich kids, are the most loathed group in the...

(China Daily) "More than 60 percent of the consumers bought luxury products — including handbags, cosmetics and mobile gadgets — spending $116.8 billion on such goods." (Bloomberg) "Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. bought 33 million shares of Groupon Inc., making it the fourth-largest shareholder...

" (The Guardian) "Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa seem to be failing to justify predictions of 21st century domination." (Jing Daily) "As China's luxury slowdown continues, there's been a great deal of news about the death of 'bling' as both the anti-corruption campaign and...

" (CNBC) "China's luxury sector might be reeling from the twin blows of the government's anti-corruption drive and a weaker yuan but wealthy Chinese consumers haven't lost their urge to splurge, according to the CEO of high-end Swiss watchmaker Piaget." (South China Morning Post) "'People

The Issue How can China's luxury market grow in a slowdown? China faces a period of uncertainty due to a slowing economy and other destabilising forces in the market, such as over-distribution, currency fluctuations and a lack of global price alignment. The country's luxury market...

(Bloomberg) "The rout in European luxury-goods makers is sparing nobody — regardless of how much they sell in China." (Bloomberg) "Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. will buy back as much as $4 billion of stock as it tries to revive a share price battered by concerns about the slowing Chinese...

China's luxury retailers still have some catching up to do to match the cachet and reach of big global brands. Lao Feng Xiang, ranked 16th by consultancy Deloitte in a tally of the world's 100 biggest listed companies by luxury sales, got less than 1 percent of its revenue last year from

 

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