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  • What's News? July 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

    H&M: quality for kids?

    H&M and other international apparel makers are in hot water with local government for the quality of their children's clothing. Both the Beijing City and Zhejiang Provincial Administrations for Industry and Commerce have found international brands like H&M, Armani, Uniqlo and Zara to be lacking when it comes to fiber content and fastness. Certain H&M children's products also failed quality tests in Guangzhou earlier this year.

    Source: Tencent

  • What's News? June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Nike: are you experienced?

    Nike recently opened its first running experience store and first global basketball products experience stores in Beijing. Both stores provide almost 400 sq. meters of space for consumers to try out Nike products. Since 2011, Nike has opened four brand experience stores in Wuhan, Guangzhou and Shanghai. Source: Winshang

  • What's News? April 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Auto restrictions expand

    Following the lead of tier-ones like Beijing and Guangzhou, China's smaller cities are also looking to limit car purchases in the fight against pollution. Cities from Suzhou to Shanghai are exploring to limits on overall vehicle counts and new purchases in order to counter drive time congestion. Tier-two Guiyang began limiting vehicle purchases in 2011. Shenzhen and Hangzhou are also exploring similar policy options. Source: China Daily

  • What's News? March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

    First lady Peng sparks handbag frenzy

    The little black handbag accompanying China's new first lady, Peng Liyuan, on her recent visit to Russia has caused quite a stir. Netizens were abuzz about the brand behind the bag; after much speculation, Guangzhou fashion house Exception stepped forward to take credit for the production. Sales reaction has been swift, and in some regions like Chengdu the bag has already sold out. Source: Jining

  • What's News? March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Guangzhou: online stores surpass offline

    Guangzhou now has over 1.2 million online stores and 1 million offline stores, the first time on record that online retail locations surpassed brick-and-mortar. 5 million consumers in the Guangzhou metro area are also shopping online, nearly 40% of the overall population of the city. The data comes courtesy of the Guangzhou City Government's Consumer Commission. Source: eBrun

  • What's News? January 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Changyu winery cut a deal

    In the face of a depressed wine market, Chinese wine giant Chnangyu is searching for new sales channels. Initial steps are promising: Changyu started cooperating with Guangzhou’s Grandbuy department store. Grandbuy will now exclusively sell Changhu’s own wine along with other imports the company represents in China. Industry experts expect this cooperation to help Changyu to gain market share in the Guangdong market. Changyu is shooting for a sales bump from approximately 50 million RMB into triple figures for 2013. Source: eBrun

  • What's News? December 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Temperature drops, snow boots get hot

    According to Vancl, month-on-month snow boot sales increased by 70% in December, a shift the company attributes to a particularly cold winter in mainland China. Some regional trends have emerged: consumers in southern cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen prefer high-cut boots; shoppers in midwestern Chengdu prefer low-cut boots around 4-6 inches tall; ankle boots with animal prints are most popular in Wuhan. In 2012 Vancl launched 150 styles of snow boots and more than 600 SKUs. Source: iFeng

  • What's News? December 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Casio to ramp up promotions in China’s interior

    Casio plans to increase promotional activites in China's inland provinces and expand to 3rd-,4th-, and 5th-Tier cities over the next five years. , tier-four and tier-five cities in the next several years. The Japanese watch (and calculator) maker plans to double its share of the Chinese market by 2015. As part of the strategy, Casio recently set up a new sales department in Wuhan; for less developed cities, the company plans to rely on a network of local dealers. Casio is well recognized in developed cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. It currently operates nine sales departments across China. Source: EBRun

  • What's News? November 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Japanese retail giants speed up China expansion

    Ad for Family Mart's breakfast special.

    Japanese retail giants like JUSCO and Maruetsu are speeding up their market research in China. JUSCO recently opened a fourth branch in China for its AEON supermarket chain. The brand is located in Guangzhou and is the company's third one in the city. Japanese food supermarket Maruetsu was recently reported a new cooperation with Suning to open food supermarkets in China. The venture plans to open over 100 outlets by 2017. Maxvalu, a subsidiary of AEON, also entered the China market in July and plans to open 100 stores over the next five years. Convenience store giant Family Mart recently anounced the opening of its 1,000th store in China, with plans to reach a total of 4,500 stores by 2015 and 8,000 stores by 2020. Source: EBRun  

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