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China luxury sales rebound as millennials snap up handbags, shoes

Sales of luxury goods in China hit 142b yuan in 2017, up around 20% from the year before: Bain & Co report

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China's shoppers are the biggest spenders worldwide on luxury products, making up 32% of the 262b euro global market last year and propelling France's LVMH and Gucci owner Kering.

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CHINA'S luxury goods market is back in fashion.

Domestic sales of Gucci, Chanel handbags and cosmetics, sluggish in China for years, rose at the fastest pace in over half a decade last year and are poised to consolidate the gains in 2018, according to consultancy Bain

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