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Canada Goose draws fresh fire in China for return policies

Dec 02 2021

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.

Zero-sugar Oreos see weak China response despite healthy snacking trend

Dec 01 2021

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.

Tim Hortons China to open coffee shops in Metro's China stores

Nov 28 2021

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.

Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo slumps after revenue miss

Nov 26 2021

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.

L'Oreal offers vouchers to end spat with China's "lipstick brother"

Nov 19 2021

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.

L'Oreal says has resolved Singles Day shopping spat

Nov 18 2021

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.

China's top livestreaming sales stars in dispute with L'Oreal

Nov 18 2021

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 month.

Exclusive-In strategy shift, Louis Vuitton considers first duty free store in China's Hainan

Nov 12 2021

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

China's Singles' Day loses lustre as growth slumps to single digit amid crackdown

Nov 12 2021

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.

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