China issued rules to prevent monopolistic behaviour from internet firms, which will mean brands will no longer have to choose between Tmall or JD.
China's biggest tech firms posted strong second-quarter revenues despite regulatory headwinds, leading to mixed expectations for the long-term.
China’s ecommerce giant drove US$34.4 billion in revenue in the fourth quarter, reiterating the staying power of online shopping.
Chinese regulators are preparing to impose new regulations on the booming use of livestreaming. Although the changes represent potential risk for brands, representatives from e-commerce platforms and influencer agencies welcome the moves.
Several luxury brands including Prada Group’s Church’s, Christopher Kane, Tom Dixon, and Sergio Rossi launched on platform
To offset COVID-19 losses, brands joined China’s three-week shopping holiday, 618, including many luxury brands that have long shied away from discounts.
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