The China’s luxury Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 3.6% on a yearly basis in 2017, both based on more wealthy Chinese, and an uptick in the money they spend. Chief researcher of the Hurun China rich list Rupert Hoogewerf says expenditure on real estate, Tesla and Baijiu going up, he tells in Asia Times.
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Spending on luxury in China went up over 80 percent over the past ten years, reveals the Luxury Consumer Price Index (LCPI). HuRun chief researcher Rupert Hoogewerf points in ECNS at three major winners: property, baijiu and Tesla.
More wealth is concentrated in less hands, and the pace is accelerating, says Rupert Hoogewerf, chief research of the China rich list Hurun after publishing his Hurun Global Rich List, according to the CNBC. And most billionaires are living in China.
Surveys by the Hurun China Rich List not only show that China´s affluent have spent more money in 2016, but increasingly do to while traveling, says Hurun chairman Rupert Hoogewerf in the Luxury Daily. The number of days per month they travel went up again.
Austerity marked the luxury goods industry, triggered off by the anti-corruption drive by president Xi Jinping. But the growth figures are back on track, says Rupert Hoogewerf, based on research by his Hurun China Rich report, released on Thursday, he tells the China Daily. Purchases are back on the 2013 level.
The purchase of the Plough at Cadsden in rural Buckinghamshire, the bar where then-prime minister David Cameron and president Xi Jinping toasted on their relationship by the Chinese company SinoFortone shows a change in the typical tourist habits, says Peking university business professor Jeffrey Towson in the China Daily.
China´s economic growth might be slowing down a bit, and its economy might not be the boost the global economy needs, but the luxury goods industry could be the exception. China´s consumers, whether at home or abroad, are still buying themselves silly.
President Xi Jinping might be spoiling the party a bit with his anti-corruption drive, but apart from the liquor departments, luxury goods are selling a lot. A few of the speakers at the China Speakers Bureau can give you some guidance.
For a long time, Hong Kong was the place to go for visitors from the mainland, but the resentment against mainlanders in Hong Kong grew, says retail analyst and author Shaun Rein in Todayonline, and as Chinese got more travel alternatives, Hong Kong sees sales of luxury goods drop dramatically.
Despite a relative slowdown in the country´s economic growth, China´s luxury price index saw the fastest rise in five years outpacing the CPI, show the latest report by the Hurun Institute, according to the Shanghai Daily. Luxury property, health and education are the driving forces, says Rupert Hoogewerf, Hurun Chairman.