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Click to download the full LIC report containing these contents In a country as large as China with such a huge population, there are hundreds of ...

Click to download the full report The rapidly developing luxury market in China is principally driven by consumer attitudes and expectations changing at a dramatic pace, as a result of their increased exposure to ...

Click to download the full LIC report containing these contents   The Chinese consumer is a fickle thing at the best of times; sometimes cautious, yet with a herd instinct that overrides individual considerations if ...

Click to download the full report On August 3rd, China's first Gucci crossover restaurant '1921 Gucci' opened in the Shanghai iAPM. Initially the 600 m2 restaurant was one of the hottest dining locations in ...

Click to download the full report On Aug. 6th, the Japanese media reported that luxury stores are moving back to Japan, as the opening of first floor luxury stores in Ginza peaked in 2014. ...

Click to download the full report When most other brands decreased their prices in the Chinese market, Tiffany surprisingly announced a price increase of 10% in both China and the U.S. on August 26th. ...

Click to download the full report Comparing prices and purchasing discounted products that are not available elsewhere are two fundamental characters of the Chinese consumer, which is why purchasing overseas and in particular in ...

Click to download the full report I had an interesting conversation recently about luxury, or to be precise the definition of luxury. The challenge being that, depending where you stand and look at it, ...

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