The IBM report also found that of all cities surveyed, anger about traffic was "by far" the highest in Shenzhen and Beijing.
That fact underscores something of a modern universal truism: Nobody likes to sit in traffic. China's government is keenly aware of this and has undertaken a variety of measures to alleviate congestion.
China's luxury shoppers are moving away from flashy labels towards more subtle displays of wealth.
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