Belgian chocolatiers face up to changing tastes

Belgium is rightly proud as producer of some of the world's finest chocolate but changing tastes and new markets in Asia and the Arab world are shaking up its somewhat predictable scene.


Aston Martin planning to invest $1 billion

The cash injection will help Aston Martin better compete with Volkswagen's Bentley and rival UK luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover, which was bought by India's Tata Motors in 2008 and has since seen huge sales growth, especially in China.


Britons Spend Big on Luxury Without Covering the Basics

The figures collected by LV suggest that British households do have plenty of room to manoeuvre in terms of cut-backs and financial management, but the professionals advocate a wholesale change of attitude with relation to life insurance in order to avoid


Luxury brand enters India

The brand has entered India through a long-term license agreement with Reliance Brands and will be available across 20 exclusive stores in India over the next 3-5 years.


Rolls-Royce Cars Plans Expansion as Wealth Spreads

“I am very confident that we’ll sell at least one more this year,” Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, the brand’s chief, said in an interview at the opening of a showroom in Berlin on Nov. 24.


Africa's untapped luxury potential

"Luxury goods companies have been extremely slow to invest in Africa compared to the mighty rush into China and the rest of the Far East."