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Louis Vuitton and Gucci both launched Chinese e-commerce sites last year and Hermes plans to roll out its site in China later this year. Louis Vuitton has also teamed up with China’s Baidu to use facial recognition to support its first fragrance campaign in the country. Zipser said Chinese households were ramping up spending thanks to a younger generation who enjoyed buying luxury. McKinsey expects incremental spend from existing Chinese customers to account for 60 percent of the next 10 years of growth. “It is all the extra spend per person increasing on that. In the past, it was primarily more people. Now it is more people plus more spend of existing people,” he said.

MUNICH (Reuters) - Industrial gases giants Linde LIN1.DE and Praxair PX.N are in talks to try to salvage their $83 billion merger after U.S, competition regulators demanded they sell assets that generate more than $4.3 billion in sales, Linde said on Wednesday the divestments were expected to reach a level that would allow either party to abandon the deal, although the German company added that talks continued with both Praxair and regulators, Analysts said they still expected the deal to go crystal dog cufflinks ahead, though they cautioned the asset sales could make the deal less attractive and/or make synergy targets harder to achieve..

Linde and U.S.-based Praxair agreed an all-share merger in principle in December 2016, aiming to create a global leader in gas distribution ahead of France’s Air Liquide (AIRP.PA), which had also bulked up with the takeover of rival Airgas. The companies agreed that if antitrust regulators demanded the disposal of businesses with more than 3.7 billion euros ($4.3 billion) in sales, or 1.1 billion euros in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA), either party could withdraw without penalty.

Linde said on Wednesday it expected the revenue threshold for divestment commitments to be exceeded, but didn’t say by how much and did not mention the EBITDA hurdle, It had crystal dog cufflinks previously warned this was very likely to happen, “Linde and Praxair remain in constructive dialogue with each other and the regulators on how to satisfy their requirements,” Linde said, Earlier this month, the U.S, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) asked for more assets to be sold than previously anticipated and also said it wanted prospective buyers of these assets to meet certain other requirements..

Bids for major U.S. firms have had mixed fortunes recently. U.S. President Donald Trump in March blocked Singapore-based microchip maker Broadcom’s (AVGO.O) $117 billion takeover proposal for Qualcomm (QCOM.O) on national security grounds. The $63 billion takeover of seeds maker Monsanto by Germany’s Bayer (BAYGn.DE), meanwhile, went through after 7.6 billion euros worth of disposals. A source familiar with Linde’s thinking said both companies were doing everything they could to see the deal through, but they could not lose track of the targeted $1.2 billion in annual synergies without perhaps putting shareholders’ support at risk.

Commerzbank analyst Michael Schaefer said he expected Linde and Praxair to seek to address the FTC’s demands, “The fact that they remain in constructive talks signals to us that there is still readiness on both sides to stay the course”, he said, Linde shares were down 1.3 percent at 0915 GMT, paring initial losses of 2.3 percent, The German group last month lined up a consortium of gases firm Messer and investor CVC as a buyer of North and South American assets to allay antitrust concerns, while Praxair’s European gases business will be sold to Japanese rival Taiyo Nippon Sanso crystal dog cufflinks Corp (4091.T)..

The source said U.S. regulators had some qualms about the proposed buyer of the former block of assets, which Linde has been trying to address. While the European Commission gave its go-ahead this week, regulators in the United States, China, India, Brazil, South Korea, Argentina and Chile have yet to decide. Arne Rautenberg, a fund manager at Frankfurt-based Union Investment, this week said he expected the deal to be salvaged, but added Linde might have to shed its high-margin on-site business in the United States, an operator of gas production facilities near petrochemical and steel plants, which would be a “huge blow”.

PARIS (Reuters) - Newly appointed Air France-KLM Chief Executive Ben Smith held talks with French Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne, a government spokesman said on Wednesday, as the airline group’s unions prepare to decide on further strike action over pay, The minister met Smith on Tuesday for a crystal dog cufflinks “a first discussion of the main issues” facing the group, the spokesman said, The former Air Canada executive was named last week as Air France’s first non-French CEO, three months after his predecessor quit amid crippling wage strikes..

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