Is China more promising than India for luxury goods?

Asserting its communist stance in the midst of the country's irresistible economic development, the Chinese government has decided to ban any kind of advertising that would use words such as luxury, class or royal, starting on April 15. Violators will get a fine of €30,000, but this should not prevent ...

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