A Li-Ning store in Beijing. The company is among major domestic brands that have benefited from the recent Chinese boycott of Western sportswear brands over the use of Xinjiang cotton. Photo: AFP
A Li-Ning store in Beijing. The company is among major domestic brands that have benefited from the recent Chinese boycott of Western sportswear brands over the use of Xinjiang cotton. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong-listed Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning says mainland growth a springboard to take on global names

  • Company posts 187 per cent rise in first-half net profit to 1.96 billion yuan
  • Want to develop eponymous label into ‘internationally recognised top-class global, fashionable and professional sports brand’, executive chairman Li Ning says

A Li-Ning store in Beijing. The company is among major domestic brands that have benefited from the recent Chinese boycott of Western sportswear brands over the use of Xinjiang cotton. Photo: AFP
A Li-Ning store in Beijing. The company is among major domestic brands that have benefited from the recent Chinese boycott of Western sportswear brands over the use of Xinjiang cotton. Photo: AFP
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