CHINA. We are pleased to bring readers a summary of this week’s posts on The Moodie Davitt Report’s WeChat Official Account as the platform continues to grow strongly in China.
The Moodie Davitt Report has stepped up its Mandarin language coverage of key China-related stories for 2022, anchored by our WeChat platform, published four times a month. Readership is climbing steadily with the platform now attracting 2,953 followers, along with encouraging reading and sharing levels.
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Leading this week’s post is how China Tourism Group and its subsidiary China Duty Free Group underlined their commitment to the Hainan offshore duty free market at the recent China International Consumer Goods Expo (Hainan Expo), with two of the group’s leading executives speaking at the event’s opening conference.
You can see highlights below from this week’s edition. 本周热点资讯一览如下。
Hitting the Expo spotlight: China Tourism Group Duty Free Corp (China Tourism Group) and its subsidiary China Duty Free Group enjoyed a high-profile presence at the second edition of the Hainan Expo in Haikou. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
High times in Hainan: The second Hainan Expo drew to a close on 30 July, ranking as a hugely successful follow-up to the inaugural 2021 event. This year’s Expo attracted over 280,000 visitors, more than 40,000 buyers and professional executives, over 160 domestic and foreign media and over 1,200 journalists. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
On top of the world: China Duty Free Group (CDFG) has strengthened its leadership as the world’s number one travel retailer by sales, according to the newly published Moodie Davitt Report industry rankings. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
Sealing the deal: Hainan Development Holdings-owned Global Premium Duty Free (GDF) Plaza last week signed a strategic cooperation agreement with renowned international designer fashion brand Karl Lagerfeld. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
Creating an educational buzz: China Duty Free Group (CDFG) has partnered with French beauty house Guerlain to bring the Bee School project to RDFZ Sanya School in Hainan. The programme educates school children about environmental protection with a focus on the critical role of bees in the ecosystem. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
A Gift from the Earth: KOSÉ Corporation showcased its flagship Sekkisei brand at the Hainan Expo from 26-30 July in Haikou. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
Future positive: The Moodie Davitt Report and KPMG China last week presented their second White Paper dedicated to Hainan’s offshore duty free sector and Free Trade Port programme. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
Dazzling opening: China Duty Free Group celebrated the grand opening of a De Beers Jewellers boutique at the Sanya International Duty Free Shopping Complex in June. The opening follows the introduction of a De Beers pop-up in January at the Haitang Bay centre. Click here for our WeChat story and here for our original English version.
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