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Bain: China Will be Key to Any Hopes of Luxury Market Revival

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The luxury market is putting all its eggs in China’s basket for any hopes of greater growth.

In its latest global personal luxury report, Bain & Company said the high-end market has entered a period of slower but steady growth, and anything beyond that will be “heavily contingent” on what China’s logo-loving consumers do.

Last year the luxury goods market, including leather accessories, fashion, hard luxury, fragrance and cosmetics, reached 253 billion euro ($283 billion) in revenue, just 1 percent growth over 2014 thanks to a slow U.S. holiday season, decreased tourism across Europe, instability in the Middle East and China’s downturn. That slowdown is expected to continue at least throughout the year.

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