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China’s Yong Sheng Buys French Lace Company

Founded 70 years ago, Desseilles is one of the oldest lace producers in France. It had been reported that the…

RT-Mart, Procter & Gamble Lead China Study’s ‘Power Ranking’

Kantar Retail's China PoweRanking 2015 surveyed over 430 retailers and manufacturers in China.

SpinExpo Story: Innovation Tops Economic Slowdown

The numbers of exhibitors at the fair was up to 155 companies from 11 countries, compared to 142 in the…

China’s Economic Growth Slows as Leaders Meet

Premier Li Keqiang reiterated the Chinese government's target for annual GDP growth of 6.5 percent to 7…

Chinese Consumers Embrace Digital Pay Systems

China has outpaced the rest of the world in the adoption of digital payment systems, including QR-codes and…

Asian Shares Finish Lower

Trade resumed after the G-20 meeting in Shanghai over the weekend.

China Banks on the Rural Consumer to Drive Spending

Almost half of China's 1.3 billion residents live in rural areas.

Weaker Yuan Seen Impacting Chinese New Year Spending

In the Year of the Monkey, brands fear that the weaker currency could further impact China's overseas…

Gifting Practice Bouncing Back in China

The most recent edition of the Hurun Report's luxury consumer survey claims that gifting spending is up 15…

China’s Economic Woes Yet to Impact Retail, Consumer Confidence

Among the raft of bad economic news coming out of China, retail sales and consumer confidence are proving…

New World Taking China Unit Private

The Hong Kong-based property developer and retail conglomerate is launching a $2.77 billion offer to buy the…

Chinese IPO Activity Expected to Grow Exponentially

The number of initial public offerings on the Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses is expected to almost double this…

Study Details Middle Class Boom in Beijing and Shanghai

The report found that more than 50 percent of the residents in those cities can now be classified as middle…

Chinese Official: Cutting Overcapacity ‘Painful,’ but Necessary

The future emphasis for the economy will be placed on pushing up structural reform on the supply side.