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China set to remain world's largest NEV market, says BMW CFO

China will continue to be the world's largest new energy vehicle (NEV) market for years to come, said Nicolas Peter, chief financial officer (CFO) and member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, in a recent exclusive interview with Xinhua.


World Gold Council: Demand remains resilient in China

China's gold jewelry consumption has almost returned to pre-pandemic levels, as shown by a relatively insignificant 8 percent year-on-year decrease to 177.5 metric tons during the first quarter, according to a senior executive of the World Gold Council.


Chinese develop their taste for Scotch whisky

Chinese consumers' evolving taste for high-end spirits pushed their spending on Scotch whisky to a record high over the past two years despite disruption to the trade caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Rising durian appetite wows traders, growers

Distinctive treat sees supplies from Thailand, Malaysia on rise.


China's auto sales rebound in January

China's auto sales rose to 2.53 million vehicles in January, 0.9 percent higher than a year earlier.


Sports market booms on Games

Beijing 2022, festival boost sales of skating and skiing equipment.


China's Gen Z stimulates new consumption trends during Spring Festival

China's Generation Z, or people born between 1995 and 2009, demonstrated some new consumption trends during the weeklong Spring Festival, or the Chinese New Year holiday, which is not only an important occasion for family reunions but also a peak season for shopping.


Beauty industry shines as medical aesthetics gains in popularity

Medical aesthetics, cosmetics featuring Chinese elements, and skincare products targeting adolescents are likely to gain steam in China's beauty industry in the years to come, a study by consultancy Ries said.


China's consumer market bustling amid Spring Festival shopping boom

With the Olympic panda mascot Bing Dwen Dwen sold out all over China due to people's enthusiasm for the 2022 Games, China saw a brisk consumer market during the Lunar New Year holiday, the first seven-day long festival of the year that ended Sunday.