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The “Beauty” of China Cross-Border E-Commerce

Company Builds Upon Momentous Growth In the First Half of 2019 Chinese consumers like to buy premium quality imports — from luxury and fashion, beauty and skincare, mom and baby goods, electronic products, to healthcare and nutrition. In fact, beauty and skincare account for a huge percentage of e-commerce sales in China. Tmall cited that its sales of beauty …

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2018 Trends for Mobile Payment in Chinese Outbound Tourism

In 2018, mobile payment in the Chinese outbound tourism market saw an increase in both the rate of use and the proportion of transactions. More than two-thirds (69%) of Chinese tourists paid with their mobile phones while abroad, up 4 percentage points from the previous year. On their most recent trips overseas, Chinese tourists surveyed …

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The Hospitality Industry’s 1 Weakness When It Comes to Chinese Consumers

The U.S. hospitality industry alone is a multi-billion market. While it primarily relies on the consumers overall leisure time and disposable income, there’s plenty more that businesses in this space can do to maximize their profit potential. One such move is addressing how they interact with the rapidly expanding Chinese consumer market. It’s estimated that in …

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Western Retail Companies Need to Offer Mobile Payment Options – Or Risk Losing Chinese Consumers

The past few years retail companies in the U.S. and Europe probably noticed an uptick in sales from Chinese consumers. That’s because this demographic is traveling more often and spending more liberally on their trips. In 2016, they spent an average of $7000 per trip the U.S, twice that of their Korean and Japanese counterparts. …

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