Louis Vuitton Can Do It. You Can’t

Yet, online sales of luxury goods still lag the overall market. E-commerce makes up less than 10 percent of luxury-goods sales in China, according to Euromonitor, because many iconic brands have been reluctant to sell online. Despite efforts by Alibaba and ... ( read original story ...)

China’s ‘relevant’ brands tap the zeitgeist

SHANGHAI: Brands looking to prosper in China need to tap into the nation’s cultural trends and position themselves in a way that resonates with key demographic groups a new study suggests. The 2017 Brand Relevance Report, from brand consulting agency RTG ... ( read original story ...)

China detains nine for selling fake fruit brand stickers

Nine suspects have reportedly been detained in China for selling fake stickers for brands including New Zealand kiwifruit marketer Zespri, news site Shanghai Daily reported. Police seized more than two million stickers in recent raids in three districts ... ( read original story ...)

Regulator to fast-track reform of registration-based IPO system

China's securities regulator is set to speed up the reform of registration-based IPO system, enhancing the proportion of direct financing, China Business News reported. The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) will speed up the establishment of ... ( read original story ...)

China’s HNA taps Goldman for planned Pactera U.S. IPO: sources

The sprawling conglomerate has seen its banking relationships come under scrutiny in recent weeks, as Beijing reins in what it sees as excessively splashy deals by China's top dealmakers. One of the sources said Pactera could see a $200 million pre-IPO ... ( read original story ...)