Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd., which makes shoes including for Adidas AG and Nike Inc., said production at one of its factories in South China was disrupted as workers upset with organizational changes went on strike.
The falling euro has sent many Chinese shoppers abroad in search of deals. Those who can’t swing a trip to Paris now have an alternative — luxury discount malls.
Alibaba is in talks with Indian online marketplace Snapdeal over a potential cash investment, a source familiar with the negotiations said, in what would be the Chinese e-commerce giant’s first direct investment in India.
Employees at a shoe factory in southern China that lists international fashion houses among its customers returned to work on Wednesday after going on strike this week over benefits.
Apple Inc. jumped to the top of the Chinese market by adapting the iPhone to local tastes. It’s using the same recipe with the Apple Watch.
A Chinese government push to promote e-commerce has created a host of online retail rivals for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Amazon.com Inc catering to shoppers’ fears about the quality and safety of local everyday goods.
The China Edit is a weekly curation of the most important fashion business news and analysis from and about the world’s largest luxury market.
Almost every major fashion country has one city that shines brighter than the rest. But China’s vast, diverse market defies the norm. In Part 1 of a two-part investigation, we examine the fashion capitals of Shanghai and Beijing. Next month, in Part 2, we explore Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
Luxury brands are casting a wide net to find Chinese celebrity ambassadors, but some must now realise that a great catch is not always the right match.
Alibaba and Tencent spent more than $8 billion last year alone backing often strikingly similar ventures, as the Chinese Internet giants race to create online one-stop-shops to win the digital loyalty of a tenth of the world’s population.
From Paris to New York, purveyors of luxury goods are teaching staff Mandarin, offering traditional New Year “hongbao” gifts and flocking to social media sites as well-heeled Chinese tourists pack their bags to ring in the Year of the Goat abroad.
The wholesale business is finally getting more organised in China, encouraging the growth of a more robust domestic distribution network.
China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd plans a major move to win U.S. business this year, by offering American retailers new ways to sell to China’s vast and growing middle class.