Chinese fast fashion brand Handuyishe is beating well-established rivals by focusing exclusively on e-commerce. Why is that a good strategy?
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With its huge scale and steps toward global dominance, can anyone rival Alibaba’s might in China’s e-commerce sector?
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CKGSB Professor Jack Chen on why the government should level the playing field in the Chinese retail industry
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This week, the much awaited APEC conference came to a close, Alibaba netted more than $9.3 billion in Single’s Day sales; and Xiaomi announced its intent to invest in Youku-Tudou.
In a little over 10 years, Proya has become a leading domestic cosmetics brand in China by focusing on the underserved population in the hinterland, and now it wants to go global.