BEIJING (Reuters) -Canadian winterwear producer Canada Goose Holdings Inc has run into controversy in China due to a dispute over its return policies, with a city consumer watchdog calling it into meetings and other groups accusing it of "bullying" customers.
Initial reaction from the launch of Oreo Zero sugar-free cookies in China has been disappointing, Mondelez International Inc's CEO said, underscoring some of the challenges facing the global snack giant as it makes a big push in the market.
BEIJING The Chinese arm of Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons said on Monday it has signed a deal with Metro China to open coffee shops in the retailer's stores, as it banks on rising coffee consumption in the world's most populous country.
BEIJING (Reuters) -U.S.-listed shares of Pinduoduo Inc plunged as much as 18% in early trading on Friday after the Chinese e-commerce platform missed quarterly revenue expectations as new coronavirus outbreaks hit consumer spending.
BEIJING/PARIS French cosmetics giant L'Oreal is offering shopping vouchers to some Chinese customers to settle a dispute over discounts that drew the ire of the country's top two livestreaming sales stars, the pair said.
BEIJING - French cosmetics giant L'Oreal on Thursday said it had reached a "constructive and satisfactory solution" following a dispute about prices during Alibaba Group's Singles Day shopping promotion early this month.
BEIJING, Nov 18 - China's top two livestreaming sales stars
said they have suspended cooperation with French cosmetics giant
L'Oreal over a dispute about prices during Alibaba
Group's Singles Day shopping promotion earlier this
BEIJING/PARIS (Reuters) -Louis Vuitton is considering opening its first duty free store in China on the emerging luxury island hub of Hainan, according to two sources, in a move that would mark a new approach for the world's largest luxury label. | Video
SHANGHAI After more than a decade of explosive growth, China's Singles' Day, the world's biggest online shopping fest, is losing its gloss and bracing for more modest growth in coming years, hurt by a slower economy and tighter regulatory scrutiny.