How do you see the rise of Chinese brands? – C the Difference

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    May 10 this year is the fifth China Brand Day. While some foreign brands recently sparked outrage in China for their decision to stop using Xinjiang cotton, domestic brands such as Li-Ning and Anta Sports picked up steam for their support of Xinjiang cotton, sparking growing support for domestic brands among Chinese consumers. CGTN hit the street to ask people about their opinions on Chinese domestic brands and how should they evolve in the future.

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