Retail & Services
Chinese spend over 900 bln yuan in online Spring Festival shopping spree2021-02-20
Staycationing Chinese consumers spent 905.76 billion yuan (about 140.16 billion U.S. dollars) on a month-long online Spring Festival shopping spree that concluded Thursday, official data shows.
Festival puts mojo back in e-shopping2021-02-19
Surging cross-city order placements, craving for local specialties and imported goods, desire for healthy lifestyle items, as well as home-based entertainment characterize this year's Spring Festival online shopping trends, as more Chinese stayed put during the holiday to curb the potential spread of COVID-19.
Duty-free shopping flourishes in Hainan2021-02-19
Duty-free shops in Hainan province saw sales of 1.5 billion yuan ($232 million) during the Spring Festival shopping spree, double the figure for the Spring Festival holiday in 2019.
Beijing's major retailers, caterers see robust sales during holiday2021-02-18
A total of 100 major retailers, caterers and e-commerce platforms in Beijing reported a 43.1-percent sales growth year on year during the Spring Festival holiday, according to the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau.
"Stay-put" Spring Festival drives consumption in Shanghai2021-02-18
Retailers and restaurants in Shanghai saw surging sales during the Spring Festival holiday as many people stayed put to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
139748464_16135738471411n_副本.jpg China reports consumption growth during Lunar New Year holiday2021-02-18
The consumer spending during the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday surged noticeably, according to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).
New products popular online over Spring Festival holiday2021-02-17
As many in China have chosen to stay put during the Spring Festival holiday to contain the spread of COVID-19, a large part of holiday shopping has moved online and people are changing their consumption habits.
Chinese send 365 million parcels during Spring Festival holiday2021-02-17
The Chinese courier sector has delivered 365 million parcels in the first five days of the week-long Spring Festival holiday, up by 224 percent over the same period last year, data from the State Post Bureau showed on Tuesday.
"Stay-put" Spring Festival fuels package boom in China2021-02-14
China's courier companies have witnessed a package boom during the Spring Festival as millions have stayed put for the annual holiday.
Shoppers ride superfast e-commerce2021-02-09
Superfast e-commerce, which promises product delivery within hours of purchase, is set to be the new normal during this year's Spring Festival holiday shopping, industry insiders said.
139730986_16128120324701n_副本.jpg China becomes leading market for French cosmetics, says sector union2021-02-09
China becomes leading market for French cosmetics, says sector union
未命名_副本.jpg China's resort island opens two more duty-free shops2021-02-01
Two new offshore duty-free shops opened on Sunday in Haikou, capital of south China's island province of Hainan, raising the number of duty-free shops in the province to nine.
China's consumer spending to fully recover from COVID-19 fallout2021-01-30
China's consumer market is expected to show a recovery growth trend this year, as various policies to expand domestic demand continue to take effect, according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).
Price of imported cherries sees fluctuations2021-01-30
People are mesmerized by the idea of savoring the juicy yet pricey fruit, which has led to the coining of the term "cherry freedom" to gauge wealth levels.
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