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Ili : la traduction instantanée vous pend au cou | Chasseurs de cool - Tendances, crowdfunding, innovations et nouveautés créatives

Ili : la traduction instantanée vous pend au cou | Chasseurs de cool - Tendances, crowdfunding, innovations et nouveautés créatives | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Faites tomber les barrières de la langue.. Dévoilé lors du CES2016, Ili est un collier qui vous permettra d’obtenir la traduction de toutes vos discussions en temps réel, que vous parliez anglais comme une vache espagnole ou non.
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Will Marketers Snub the Black Sheep of the Chinese Zodiac?

Will Marketers Snub the Black Sheep of the Chinese Zodiac? | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Marketers in China wonder how to celebrate Lunar New Year when the annual zodiac animal, a sheep, is considered less than auspicious.
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Inside China’s International Tourism Boom

Inside China’s International Tourism Boom | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
International tourism among Chinese travelers has grown considerably in the past year.

The World Tourism Cities Foundation (WTCF) has released a new report to give its member cities and organizations a better understanding of Chinas outbound tourism market according to China Daily. The survey
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Growing Asian Demand for Chocolate Causes Global Cocoa Prices to Skyrocket

Growing Asian Demand for Chocolate Causes Global Cocoa Prices to Skyrocket | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
The growing popularity of chocolate products in Asia is causing the price of cocoa beans to skyrocket worldwide.

Though Asia had the worlds lowest demand for chocolate per capita last year the candys popularity is growing among consumers. In 2013 the consumption of chocolate confectionery in t
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How Young Chinese Are Changing the Country’s Consumer Culture

How Young Chinese Are Changing the Country’s Consumer Culture | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
A new, young middle class is emerging in China, and their buying power is dramatically shaping the country's commerce.

Most members of this demographic are the only child in their families, and often also the children of only children. This so-called
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Tencent versus Alibaba: a complete guide to an increasingly fierce...

Tencent versus Alibaba: a complete guide to an increasingly fierce... | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Tencent (HKG:0700) is the world’s fourth largest web company, and Alibaba is on the verge of history’s largest tech IPO. Both of these behemoth companies occupy many of the same verticals in China, which is the biggest and possibly most isolated internet ecosystem on Earth. To summarize the...
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Why China's social media scene outshines the 'static' West - Media news - Media Week<

Why China's social media scene outshines the 'static' West - Media news - Media Week< | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Why China's social media scene outshines the 'static' West from Media Week - news and information from the world of media
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The Body Shop removes products from China following Choice investigation

The Body Shop removes products from China following Choice investigation | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
THE Body Shop has removed products for sale from Chinese airports after revelations by consumer group Choice they may be subject to animal testing.
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China’s Super Rich to Rise By 80% in Next Decade

China’s Super Rich to Rise By 80% in Next Decade | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
According to a report by Knight Frank LLP, the number of Chinese super-wealthy, those who own more than US$30 million in assets (excluding their main residence), will grow by 80 percent over the next decade , Global Times reports.

China will have over 14,200 ultra-wealthy individuals by 2024,
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LinkedIn part à l’assaut de la Chine

LinkedIn part à l’assaut de la Chine | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Le réseau social professionnel met les bouchées doubles afin d'accélérer son implantation dans l'Empire du Milieu. Un marché pour le moment...
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How Important is Getting on the Chinese Tourist’s ‘Shopping List’?

How Important is Getting on the Chinese Tourist’s ‘Shopping List’? | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Chinese travelers have long become equated with their extensive shopping lists. Getting onto the luxury shopping list used to be top priority for luxury executives. How has this list changed as luxury matures in China?

Women traveling for the first time have between 2 and 30 items carefully
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200.000 Yuans, 60 ans, 250 000 locations, 34 films, n°1 et n°2...

200.000 Yuans, 60 ans, 250 000 locations, 34 films, n°1 et n°2... | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Combien coûte un mariage en Chine ? 200 000 yuans : c'est le montant minimum moyen des dépenses pour un mariage dans les grandes villes. Rien que pour la décoration, les photos, la cérémonie et la lune de miel, il faudra débourser environ 50 000 yuans. A la campagne, les dépenses tourneraient autour de 10 000 yuans. Selon les spécialistes, le marché du mariage en Chine serait immature, avec environ 20 000 petites entreprises dans ce secteur, souvent qualifiées de peu professionnelles.
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WeChat is the Hottest Mobile Social App in China

WeChat is the Hottest Mobile Social App in China | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
China's social media app WeChat, or Weixin, is now the most popular service of its kind in the country, judging by the explosive consumer reaction to its Chinese New Year promotion.

WeChat, which is owned by Tencent Holdings Ltd., allowed users to send virtual
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Brandz : Le top 100 des marques chinoises les plus puissantes

Brandz : Le top 100 des marques chinoises les plus puissantes | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Les entreprises technologiques et les acteurs du e-commerce ressortent gagnants du classement 2015 Brandz Chine de WPP et Millward Brown.
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Smart chopsticks to detect Chinese food gone bad? Why not, says Baidu

Smart chopsticks to detect Chinese food gone bad? Why not, says Baidu | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
rt who discovered the SARS virus in 2003, says that up to 14 million tons of gutter oil were produced in China last year, with 3.5 million of these making it to dinner tables. And with huge demand driving up the cost of edible oil, it's not uncommon for restaurants to pinch pennies and use contaminated oil bought from the black market.
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The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in China

The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in China | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
1TencentFor building a suite of communications apps that 300 million Chinese are talking through. That massive audience has flocked to Tencents WeChat...
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Pernod Expects Uptick in China Over Next Several Years

Pernod Expects Uptick in China Over Next Several Years | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Pernod Ricard Frances biggest distiller of spirits expects gains in China over the next two to three years as the company introduces less expensive spirits and the existing inventory levels out.

The Chinese governments crackdown on luxury goods has led to large sales declines for Pernod with
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Chengdu is the Darling of Luxury Retailers

Chengdu is the Darling of Luxury Retailers | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Chengdu, a city of 14 million and the capital of Sichuan Province, has been on retailers' radar.

“We don’t consider Chengdu a second-tier city anymore. It is a first-tier city,” said Andrew Keith, the president of Hong Kong-based Lane Crawford and Joyce boutique, which has opened an
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Chinese Have Strong Desire to Travel in 2014

Chinese Have Strong Desire to Travel in 2014 | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Chinese have a strong desire to travel in 2014 according to a report by Ctrip. Nearly all the respondents said they would travel.

Moreover, Chinese tourists are willing to spend when they travel. About 95 percent of respondents indicated that their travel spending will either increase or remain
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Peugeot fait faire un tour du monde à un ballon de football | meltyBuzz

Peugeot fait faire un tour du monde à un ballon de football | meltyBuzz | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Une vaste opération digitale vient d'être lancée par Peugeot. L'idée étant de faire traverser la planète à un ballon durant 100 jours afin de rencontrer des gens de tous horizons. Le périple doit prendre fin en Amazonie, théâtre d'un programme de reforestation par la marque au lion.
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Victoria’s Secret Makes Its Move on China

Victoria’s Secret Makes Its Move on China | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Retailers looking for further growth continue to pin their hopes on China.

American lingerie and beauty retailer Victoria's Secret, known for its supermodels called “Angels,” plans to open its first store in mainland China as part of its efforts to open more than 100 international stores this
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Estee Lauder grows presence in China’s second-tier cities

Estee Lauder grows presence in China’s second-tier cities | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Estée Lauder has revealed plans to grow its presence in China’s second-tier cities to help boost its flagging sales figures.
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What is the Relationship Between Millionaires and Luxury Stores in China?

What is the Relationship Between Millionaires and Luxury Stores in China? | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Global brands wishing to open flagship stores in the Chinese luxury market should be aware of where most millionaires are located in China.

It is in the best interest for luxury brands to expand into cities that not only boast strong economic growth, but they are homes to many of China’s
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E-Commerce Provides Cheap Access to China’s Lower Tier Cities

E-Commerce Provides Cheap Access to China’s Lower Tier Cities | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
Low-priced, high-speed smartphones are driving explosive growth in online purchases among the residents of China's smaller cities and rural areas, which is causing international brands to rethink their business strategies in China, according to BusinessWeek.

China's relaxing of restrictions in
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Les investissements chinois dans le vin français

Les investissements chinois dans le vin français | Business in Asia | Scoop.it
En 2013, avec plus de 1,865 milliard de bouteilles consommées, la Chine est devenue le premier pays consommateur de vin rouge, prenant la place de la...
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