Adrian Cheng's K11 mall joins Chanel and Burberry in issuing a sustainability-linked bond, which commits the company to a renewable-energy goal.
There seems little room to move at the top of our top 100 brands ranking, but a shakeup is on the cards in the entertainment space.
Meanwhile, the ageing population is responsible for growth in product categories related to health and wellness.
Cruise show slated for November faces uncertainty amid continuing protests.
A Chinese jewelry shop owner who sells goods with a logo similar to Chanel's "Double C" was not misleading customers, a Guangzhou court ruled.
The luxury company plays by its own distinct rules when it comes to marketing. Elsewhere in China's Top 100 Brands chart, Apple slips a few spots, while Uber plummets down the list.
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