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China Now Leads In Smartphone Adoption

China Now Leads In Smartphone Adoption | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
According to Flurry, China now leads in new smart device adoption (iOS and Android smartphones and tablets) and leads the world in app session growth, with an enormous growth rate of more than 1...
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Chinese Mobile Internet User Demographics 2012 | East-West-Connect.com

Chinese Mobile Internet User Demographics 2012 | East-West-Connect.com | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
Demographics of Chinese mobile internet users 2012.
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China Provinces by Tiers according to Internet Penetration Rate

China Provinces by Tiers according to Internet Penetration Rate | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
China's Internet penetration rate (IPR) is 34.3%, higher than the world Internet penetration rate. Provinces with IPR higher than 34.3% can be classified as Tier 1.
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China Online Shopping Statistics 2009 Part 1 – Penetration Rate by City

China Online Shopping Statistics 2009 Part 1 – Penetration Rate by City | E-com - CH | Scoop.it

East coast cities (shown below in blue) showed high penetration rate of online shopping but the west (in brown) is...

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Chinese Online Luxury Market, Expected to Hit 16 Billion Yuan in 2011 | TechNode

Chinese Online Luxury Market, Expected to Hit 16 Billion Yuan in 2011 | TechNode | E-com - CH | Scoop.it

A recent report from Analysis International, shows that for the second quarter of 2011, the Chinese online luxury goods market reached 3.45 billion yuan and is expected to be 16 billion yuan total for the year. Luxury goods include jewellery, bags, clothes etc.

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CHART: Mobile Payment Status in China

CHART: Mobile Payment Status in China | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
China mobile payment reaches 48.14 billion yuan last year, up by 149.4%. And, the number of mobile payment users reaches 190 million in 2011 and will likely grow to 480 million in 2013.
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Coach First Global Luxury Brand To Launch Official Tmall “Flagship” « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China

Coach First Global Luxury Brand To Launch Official Tmall “Flagship” « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
Fresh off the heels of its star-studded 70th anniversary celebration in Beijing, today Coach is celebrating another milestone in China, the launch of an official pilot Taobao Mall (Tmall) store that will give Chinese shoppers access to limited-edition bags and accessories through January 15, 2012.
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Where The Chinese Are Shopping - Forbes

Where The Chinese Are Shopping - Forbes | E-com - CH | Scoop.it

In the not so distant future, the market will be as concerned about what Chinese consumers are buying as they currently are with Americans.  And according to Bain & Company, more Chinese are shopping online.

It’s not necessarily what they are buying, but where they are buying it that also matters to investors looking for long-term trends.  Similar to what Americans do at Amazon.com (AMZN), Chinese consumers are buying everything from Jin Yong novels to Lenovo laptops on sites like E-Commerce Dandang (DANG) and SINA Corporation (SINA).

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The biggest opportunity for luxury brands in a generation | The European Business Review

Luxury brands can do a mediocre job in every other market and still grow revenues and profits if the firm executes in one market: China. Year after year of double-digit growth has spawned tens of millions of Chinese consumers armed with disposable income and a voracious appetite for luxury goods. In 2009 China surpassed the United States as the world’s second-largest luxury market, and now trails only Japan. In the next five years, China’s luxury consumption is forecast to increase to $14.6 billion[1], and become the largest consumer market for luxury goods.
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: Tmall : China Law Vision

On October 10 2011 one of China's largest retail websites, Taobao Mall - known as Tmall - announced a new set of rules, which included the imposition of a high annual technical service fee and an increased security deposit for its vendors. Tmall stated that the new rules were intended to ensure the provision of high-quality goods and services and to discourage counterfeiting and price wars.

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China’s Consumer Brands Megasite TMall Grows by Leaps and Bounds | East-West-Connect.com

China’s Consumer Brands Megasite TMall Grows by Leaps and Bounds | East-West-Connect.com | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
The massive e-commerce site TMall has seen major growth throughout 2011. This blog post reviews some of TMall's major changes throughout late 2010, 2011 and early 2012.
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Charts: Top 10 Online Shopping Provinces & Cities in Q1 2011

Charts: Top 10 Online Shopping Provinces & Cities in Q1 2011 | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
According to EcommercePlus data, the top three provinces by total online purchase orders are Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu; the top three cities are Guangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai.
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China Online Shopping Statistics 2009 Part 3 – Top C2C Websites

China Online Shopping Statistics 2009 Part 3 – Top C2C Websites | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
Here is the top four C2C online shopping websites in China according to CNNIC...
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China Internet Advertising Spend Bypassed Newspaper in 2011

China Internet Advertising Spend Bypassed Newspaper in 2011 | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
China internet advertising total revenue reached 51.19 billion yuan (USD 8.11 billion) in 2011, up 57.3% from 2010 and exceeding total newspaper ad revenue by 45.36 billion yuan.
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NetEase’s Luxury E-Commerce Site First Casualty Of 2012 « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China

NetEase’s Luxury E-Commerce Site First Casualty Of 2012 « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
Less than one year after its much-hyped launch, “NetEase Premier,” the luxury shopping platform created by the Chinese Internet portal NetEase (163.com), has ceased operations, making it the first casualty of the luxury e-commerce shakeout of 2012.
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Understanding China’s E-commerce Market

Understanding China’s E-commerce Market | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
BCG forecasts that e-commerce will go from representing 3.3 percent of total retail value today to 7.4 percent in 2015. Find out more insights.
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E-Commerce in Asia Pacific: Big Opportunity for a Growing Region | ClickZ.asia

E-Commerce in Asia Pacific: Big Opportunity for a Growing Region | ClickZ.asia | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
In most markets across the region, women were more likely to consume content at retail sites than men, with Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan showing strong disparity in page consumption. On the flip side, Vietnam and the Philippines showed males much more likely to consume pages of retail content than females. For brands looking to develop engaging content on their sites, understanding viewers from a demographic and behavioural standpoint is critically important.
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China Online Luxury Market Surpasses 10 Billion Yuan For First Time

China Online Luxury Market Surpasses 10 Billion Yuan For First Time | E-com - CH | Scoop.it
Jing Daily looks at the intersection of luxury and culture in China: the ins and outs of business development there with an eye toward the upscale consumer market, as well as the business of culture � from auctions, museums, and contemporary art to...
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