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Changsha has six traditional business centres. The Wuyi and Dongtang business centres are where many luxury brands and consumers are concentrated. Over 6000 shops are located in Wuyi business centre, known as the “the best business centre of Hunan”, ...

Changsha has six traditional business centres. The Wuyi and Dongtang business centres are where many luxury brands and consumers are concentrated. Over 6000 shops are located in Wuyi business centre, known as the “the best business centre of Hunan”, ...

According to the latest City Commercial Network Layout Plan of Changsha (2005-2020) issued by the local government, Changsha will have 33 regional commercial centres by 2020, of which 1 municipality and 12 regional commercial centres are already being developed. The ...

Sep
2013
Changsha

As the capital city of Hunan Province, Changsha is the centre of political, economic, cultural, education and transportation in Central China. In the Global Urban Competitiveness Report (2011-2012), issued by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Changsha ranked 4th of ...

Authenticity of product purchased is still the most important factor that consumers are concerned about above all and may stop them buying online. Reliable products are the guarantee of profitability for each site. 75% of the clothing on TheOutnet.com is ...

The cooling of the luxury sector in China that began in 2012 has definitely had a knock on effect on the e-commerce market, although Chinese sites have suffered more than their international luxury e-commerce counterparts. According to its 2013 1H report, ...

Sep
2013

With the maturing of the domestic consumer, quality of life has become the pursuit of many wealthy people. In early September this year, the news of Kai-fu Lee who is the former Microsoft Vice President and Google Global Vice President ...

Sponsored by Liaoning Provincial Museum, the ‘China and Western treasures exhibition’ opened on 13th September and will be on display until 27th October. In response to an invitation from the museum, Cartier brought 300 antique pieces to be displayed together ...

Although the performance of the luxury market in China is better than the media might be reporting, the new government regulations have definitely had a significant effect on the luxury watch market, and some impact on the luxury jewellery market. ...

Tea is both a popular and royal drink. On average the Chinese drink approximately 1Kg of tea per capita per year, about half of that consumed by the world’s biggest tea drinkers, the British. However, the status of some of ...

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