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Hong Kong-listed luxury watch retailer Hengdeli Holdings has warned its shareholders to expect a 70 per cent drop in profit share.
Brioni Cambodia introduces Italian luxury menswear to Phnom Penh’s Vattanac Capital Mall.
The Watches & Wonders exhibition in Hong Kong may be cut back to every two years in the face of slipping luxury sales.
Louis Vuitton is seeking $37,900 in damages from three Chinese individuals for selling fakes on Alibaba’s Taobao.
China’s number 2 eCommerce player JD.com has axed its consumer to consumer online store Paipai.com in a bid, it says, to cut sales of counterfeit goods.
French-headquartered luxury brand owner Kering is seeking to fast track its legal suit against Alibaba after what it considered “greatly troubling” comments by Jack Ma.
Luxury international retail group Kering says it expects Hong Kong rent relief by the end of the year.
As the world’s fourth largest economy emerges from depression, global retailers are again taking Japan seriously. Over almost the last decade, Japan has been overlooked as a first priority market for the expansion of fashion brands. But now it is back with a vengeance and retailers are flooding to the market to boost their presence there. Until last year the world’s second biggest luxury market, Japan has suffered in recent years from a stagnant economy, highly valued currency and one …
A China luxury goods online shopping mall has received a US$30 million boost form a series C funding round.
Gucci parent, Kering of France, has filed suit against Alibaba alleging it knowingly allows counterfeit goods to be sold on its sites.
Falling sales by Gucci China have eaten into parent Kering’s latest results.
Chinese watch retailer and wholesaler Hengdeli Holdings is to expand into the mid market as it mainland China business grows.