Prada is not doing as well as Gucci and Louis Vuitton in branding themselves, and Shaun Rein tells at CNBC why he would buy their suits, but not their shares. China might be skipping import taxes on luxury goods for stimulate sales, so having a decent retail operation in China is crucial.
Tom Doctoroff by Fantake via Flickr Foreign brands in China have seen huge successes and massive failures. Tom Doctoroff gives in Gulf News his take on the difficulties of building a brand in this booming economy. Gulf News: After setbacks for brands such as Home Depot, Best Buy and Barbie,
Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Chinese brands have started to beat the foreign ones, tells Shaun Rein in CNNgo. It is time for the foreign brands to get worried about ‘made in China’. “There’s definitely been a shift in perception [of Chinese brands],” says Shaun Rein, managing director of
Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Many upcoming global brands in China still suffer from their ‘made in China’ stigma, Shaun Rein tells CNBC. “The ‘Made in China’ stigma is serious,” flagged Shaun Rein, managing director of Shanghai-based China Market Research Group, adding that Chinese brands need to establish an element
Image via Wikipedia Depending on how you look at the figures, retail grew up to 20 percent in China, retail analyst Paul French tells Forbes and compares the fate of foreign retailers like Gap force domestic competition from the Trinity Group and China Lilang. Paul French in Forbes: Take a