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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 ...

You will have read in previous issues of Luxury Insights China about the price of luxury cars and the government regulations that were not well thought through, that have in fact been the reason that prices were allowed to be ...

In this month’s Tan Lun, ahead of the Golden Week holiday period in China we comment on what in fact is the talk of the international press, the fact that Chinese luxury ...

The media has recently picked up on the fact that the government is close to final approval of a new policy that will restrict the terms under which celebrity endorsement can be ...

The announcement in April by many of the top-flight luxury brands that they were increasing their list prices may have been the result of general economic pressures they have suffered in the ...

Some years ago, the Chinese luxury consumer was purely driven by brand ownership and the attached status this provided. They didn’t question the ethics or honesty of the brand, but assumed that ...

If you don’t have a real story in China, you can always make one up, and as long as you are bullish and consistent enough about it, people will accept that what ...

The general business model of TV shopping channels is to sell limited volumes of a product that may or may not be available in a shopping mall, in low limited volumes at ...

From a western perspective to ‘take something on face value’ generally means that we consider what we see to be true. In China however, the value of giving or receiving ‘face’ has ...

In 1989, the year I was first introduced to China there was no Christmas, or at least there were no visible ...

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