Local heritage and convenience: How retailers are approaching Lunar New Year

This year’s Lunar New Year, which officially begins on February 10, comes amid a backdrop of economic uncertainty.  Recent downbeat comments from industry giants, such as Starbucks, Pandora, and Carlsberg, underscore a growing sense of pessimism regarding Chinese consumer demand, casting shadows over the world’s second-largest economy.  The country is facing a host of problems, ranging from customers tightening their belts amid uncertain employment prospects for younger people, to

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