Rising food prices are worrying China’s consumers, tells business analyst Shaun Rein in CNBC. Although he also discovered the women keep on shopping for now, although their buying habits changed dramatically.
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Apple might look like the big technology winner, gaining unprecedented access to the Chinese consumer, but it is lagging as Google’s Android moves ahead, tells business analyst Shaun Rein Bloomberg.
Europe and the US might be bracing for another economic hit, but economic analyst Arthur Kroeber explains in The Financial Times why he expects China to continue growing – in stead of crashing like others predict.
Book author Helen Wang got a feature in the Chengdu fashion magazine “Grace”, describing her as “the spirit of the East and the West”. On her weblog Helen Wang describes her latest success.
Almost a million Chinese now have 10 million Renminbi (1,57 million US dollar) in assets, according to the latest Hurun report. 60,000 have over 100 million Renminbi (15,7 US dollar) The Hurun report is published by Rupert Hoogewerf.
Being a patriot in China has become much easier, now the government focuses on increasing domestic consumption, writes retail analyst Paul French in The Telegraph. “All they have to do now is shop, shut up and then go shop some more.”