The index registered the strongest activity in nearly three years.
Textile manufacturers are climbing the value chain to create higher quality products as low-cost manufacturing moves away.
Manufacturers display new and unique offerings to attract buyers as growth in the industry cools.
Real growth was 8.1 percent after deducting price factors.
Over half of Lotte’s Lotte Mart retail outlets have been shut down in China.
Rising acidity levels in the oceans is having an impact on the supply of high-quality pearls.
Chinese consumers have a more negative view of the U.S. following Trump’s first month as president, but so far this isn’t impacting American brands.
The three-day fair saw a sharp increase in visitors, although exhibitor numbers dipped.
China’s PMI showed the country’s manufacturing sector grew faster than anticipated in the month of February.
Amid simmering diplomatic tensions between the two countries, China has blocked the import of select South Korean beauty products.
Sales growth was in line with the 11.2 percent jump seen in 2016 over 2015.
Stores are going above and beyond to welcome the Year of the Rooster and lure shoppers.
China-led trade deals with Asia-Pacific countries and countries further afield gain traction.
Despite the rapid expansion of the retail market, some international retailers have struggled to succeed, or even survive in China.