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Singles’ Day: China’s online shopping spree that you need to know

Last year saw Alibaba’s Singles’ Day online shopping phenomenon rake in $17.8 billion in online retail sales.1 And 2017... Continue reading >


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China’s $1.7 trillion online retail market and how to profit

Online retail in China raked in $752 billion in sales last year, a 9.6% increase that from 2015.1 That’s... Continue reading >


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How digital sales surged online this Chinese New Year 2017

760,000 – that’s how many digital hongbao that were sent per second at the stroke of Chinese New Year.1... Continue reading >


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Singles’ Day: All you need to know about this retail phenomenon

$20 billion – that’s how much Alibaba’s Singles’ Day is expected to rake in tomorrow in terms of sales.1... Continue reading >


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5 must-knows to capitalise on China’s booming online market

China’s online market raked in $589.6 billion in total revenues in 2015.1 Thanks to an aggressive roll out of... Continue reading >


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5 must-knows to boost your site appeal to Chinese

China’s 668 million internet users1 spent $589.61 billion (¥3.877 trillion) online in 20152 alone. What’s more, that figure... Continue reading >


In the Press

Bangkok Post

Thai property lures Chinese

Thailand is expected to remain the most popular country for Chinese property buyers in 2019, with growth of at least 10% from last year and Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket as...

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Thailand to remain most popular among Chinese property buyers

Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket looks set to remain top destinations for Chinese property buyers in 2019 with a growth of at least 10 percent, according to an international property portal....

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Hong Kong buyers expect further declines in London home prices

Hong Kong investors expect further declines in the prices of London homes because of uncertainty around Brexit, and are delaying investment, according to industry experts.Carrie Law, CEO and director of Chinese international...

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Hong Kong buyers of London property delay investments, expecting further price declines

Carrie Law, CEO and director of the number one Chinese international real estate portal Juwai.com, said Brexit was initially viewed as “bargains”, but the interest dissipated by the first half of 2018....

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