Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily
Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily

Michelle Obama favourite J. Crew and Gwyneth Paltrow go-to Ralph Lauren among the US brands suffering as Chinese students flee American college education

When it comes to the valuable Asian market, US brands struggle when not on home turf – right now, that could be a problem, as thousands of Chinese students leave the States amid growing trade tensions and divisive rhetoric

Topic |   Luxury in China
Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily
Trump’s policies and Covid-19 have pushed Chinese students to pursue advanced degrees outside the US, which is hurting the country’s luxury market. Photo: Jing Daily
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