By  on December 19, 2013

PARIS — Christian Dior chief executive officer Sidney Toledano said the brand’s prospects in Mainland China remain bright, despite fresh evidence that a government crackdown on corruption and ostentation is sharply denting demand for luxury goods in the world’s second-largest economy.

Speaking at the general assembly of Christian Dior on Thursday, the president and ceo of Christian Dior Couture said the French fashion house has not been affected by the antigraft campaign that began nearly a year ago under the new administration of President Xi Jinping.

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