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  • Why China Is Teaming Up With Russia To ‘De-Dollarize’

    China and Russia are teaming up to ease their dependency on the American dollar, which could lead to a financial alliance between the two superpowers. Read More
  • Are Sales Associates The New Luxury KOLs Post-COVID-19?

    By connecting with sales associates on WeChat, consumers are getting exposure to a new form of effective advertising during the COVID-19 outbreak. Read More
  • Trump’s Executive Order Bans WeChat and TikTok. Trouble For Luxury?

    The move will have untold effects on US-China relations and leaves financial markets, including luxury, in a precarious position. Read More
  • Kors, Versace Parent Company Survived Q1 Thanks To China

    On August 5, Capri Holdings, which is the parent company of Michael Kors, Versace, and Jimmy Choo, revealed its first-quarter fiscal 2021 results. Read More
  • How Luxury Brands Can Profit From China’s Top E-Commerce Trend

    On August 5, Jing Daily hosted a webinar on how luxury brands can profit from the different livestreaming trends emerging in China. Read More
  • Tencent Seeks Greater Share Of China Tech Market

    Tencent sent a preliminary offer to acquire the search engine operator Sogou for $2.1 billion, which would grow its already-large tech market share. Read More
  • Why Chanel’s Big Chinese TV Snub Should Concern Any Luxury Brand

    With Chinese consumers largely glued to livestreams and television programs and films at home, brands have been thrust into the country’s digital sphere. Read More
  • Why Are Chinese Travelers Not Buying At The Airport?

    One of our reporters at Jing Daily reminisces about her flight from New York City to Shanghai via Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport and the shopping scene there. Read More
  • Can Meituan Go From Delivering Groceries to Delivering Luxury Products?

    Meituan, a popular Chinese group buying website famous for delivering groceries, is battling Alibaba over payment platforms and other markets. Read More
  • After a Tough Q1, Ralph Lauren Expects A Full Recovery in Q2 For China

    Ralph Lauren Corporation reported a 66 percent revenue decrease in Q1 but said mainland China sales might return to pre-COVID levels next quarter. Read More