Marriott, Jason; Hwang, Iris S.
September 2008
Public #4: 21st Century Guide to Life;2008, p210
The article focuses on the expansion of the retail trade industry as one of the economic transformation in China. China was able to increase the demand for its international luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Chanel. The transformation was able to improve the social status of its people to middle class.


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