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The Cosmetic Market in China is a Goldmine – Especially true in 2020

The cosmetics sector in China? A goldmine! China is the world’s second-largest cosmetics market with RMB261.9 billion and year-on-year growth of 4.2% in sales in 2018. The market is projected to generate sales in excess of $60 billion USD by 2024. It is particularly due to countryside towns that are developing faster than Beijing or …

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Why Chinese consumers refuse to buy directly on your website?/e-shop?

You have a shop in China but … nobody buys… Your competitors get order but you do not? Well, this article will tell you why. On the back of solid development in household in terms of wealth and income in China, retail spending has been one of the sparkling lights for the Chinese economy generally. …

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The Apetit of Chinese Beauty consumers for DermoCosmectics Brands in 2021

Achieving beautiful skin is no longer confined to wearing makeup or applying anti-aging creams. Consumers in China are moving toward healthy lifestyles and want to feel and look good. To do so, they seek to maintain hydrated, luminous skin; protect it from external impurities via anti-pollution solutions. Along with this mindset comes a greater awareness of …

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Chinese Jewellery Market: Precious Stones Beating Over Marriages

  Precious stones have gotten the attention of Chinese shoppers as of late on account of their presentation to western ways of life and promoting, said Ji, a business-English graduate, who tallies Harry Winston Inc. furthermore, Tiffany and Co. among her most loved precious stone gem dealers. Her mom, for instance, will probably buy jade …

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China’s baby boom will boost the baby care industry

China’s recent new policy regarding the ‘one-child’ policy will pamper the increase in baby products demand. New policy China has long been known for its ‘one-child policy’ dating from 1978 preventing further strong increase of the Chinese population. As of 2015, the policy was phased out and replaced by a two-child policy, now allowing married …

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