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China, US, Korea to lead global FMCG e-commerce growth

In 2025, e-commerce will represent 10% of all FMCG spend. China and US will lead in volume growth while China and Korea will be fastest growing markets.

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What have Chinese bought during Singles Day 2017?

How do consumers feel about their experience on Singles Day 2017? Beyond physical goods, which categories of virtual goods and services are more popular?

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Will shopper loyalty rise with growth of e-commerce?

E-commerce in China has failed to boost consumer loyalty towards brands. Most shoppers will switch brand within two years.

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44% respondents plan to buy more during 2017 Singles Day

Lightspeed survey shows that Tmall, Taobao and JD.com are most mentioned e-commerce brands ahead of this year’s Singles Day. The world’s largest e-commerce event also offers great opportunities for premium brands to grow user base.

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E-hailing puts brakes on traditional mobility

New global study reveals that many consumers are giving up private cars for car sharing in the world’s biggest cities.

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The moment that… millennials rewrote the rules on car usage

How can automotive and mobility brands meet the needs of tech-savvy youngsters ‘in the moment’?

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From The Archive

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‘Millennials’ offers a convenient demographic cohort for multinational companies. But does it work in China?
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Since Q3, 2014, consumers have significantly increased their spending on personal and home care goods, while appearing to cut back on food and beverages.
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2017 Shanghai Auto Show can refresh your understanding of Chinese automobile companies.
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Jason Yu is the Greater China General Manager of Kantar Worldpanel.

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Guillaume Saint is the Global Automotive Lead, Kantar.

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Mufan Chen is Business Group Director of Kantar Worldpanel China.

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Latest Stories

Since November, 2017, Chinese visitors have had the option to purchase goods with the mobile payment platform WeChat Pay at Camden Market in London.

In the three months by October, the top five brands – Huawei (including Honor), Xiaomi, Apple, Vivo and OPPO – make up 91% of sales in urban China, compared to 79% a year earlier.

P&G, Yili and Mengniu bought by over 150 million Chinese families.

The power of WeChat is so strong that doctors install fewer medical apps, because they find subscribing to medical accounts is enough.

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