While President Xi Jinping’s austerity measures have been curtailing official extravagance,...
by Kate Zhao | Aug 14, 2007
Retail sales in China grew rapidly in recent years, and luxury goods were also a boom market, which attracted global brands to enter into the market. From Financial Times: In the two
by Sophie Beach | May 25, 2005
From the New York Times: Not long ago, shopping in China consisted mostly of lining up to entreat surly clerks to accept cash in exchange for ugly merchandise that did not fit. But now,
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