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Indian Olympic Association drops Li Ning as technical supplier

Announcement of contract termination doesn't mention Li Ning by name. IPL previously paused its Vivo title sponsorship before Chinese smartphone brand returned this year. Claiming to be respecting the sentiments of the people, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has withdrawn from its contract with Chinese sportswear brand Li Ning. In...
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Li-Ning Sees Sales Surge In Q1

Li-Ning Company Ltd. reported retail sell-through of Li-Ning POS increased in the high-eighties in the first quarter ended March 31. In terms of channels, its offline channel, including retail and wholesale, registered low-eighties growth, with retail increasing by low-nineties and wholesale increasing by low-eighties. Its e-commerce virtual stores business registered around 100 percent growth.
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Li-Ning Debuts New Explorative Footwear With SS21 “New Frontier” Collection

Li-Ning treats their footwear a little differently compared to most brands. While Nike, adidas, Vans, etc. offer releases throughout the season, the Chinese footwear label brings to a head a number of silhouettes right at the beginning. And for SS21, we’re to see their “New Frontier,” a collection replete with silhouettes aggressive, sculptural, and influenced by the outdoors.
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Xinjiang Cotton: Li Ning, Anta Shares Surge While Nike, Adidas, Burberry Hit With Backlash

SHANGHAI — The number of fashion brands caught in the crossfires of a heavy political storm in China over Xinjiang cotton is ballooning quickly. Shares of Chinese domestic sportswear groups surged, benefiting from the strong nationalistic rhetoric. On the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Li Ning jumped 10.74 percent to 50 Hong Kong dollars, while Anta rose 8.4 percent to 121.30 Hong Kong dollars and Xtep International increased 2.72 percent to 4.53 Hong Kong dollars. Trending tags on Weibo have been praising the groups for specifically using Xinjiang cotton and particularly Li Ning for listing on its clothing tags that it does so.
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Li-Ning Is Ushering in a New Era of Sneaker Design

Li-Ning is looking ahead to the future following its 30th anniversary celebration last year. With a new SS21 collection, the Chinese sportswear brand provides us with a glimpse at what's in store in the days to come, as it is ushering in a new era of sneaker design. The "New...
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Li Ning, Sportswear Tycoon and Olympic Great, Forms Sports SPAC

Olympic great-turned-sportwear tycoon Li Ning has filed today for a special purpose acquisition company. The business, Trinity Acquisition, wants to raise $250 million in an IPO to “capitalize on the China, consumer and sporting expertise” of its management, according to the prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Li...
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Sport Jackets Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants- Mizuno, Anta, Li-Ning, ASICS

A Latest intelligence report published by AMA Research with title "Sport Jackets Market Outlook to 2025.A detailed study accumulated to offer Latest insights about acute features of the Sport Jackets market.This report provides a detailed overview of key factors in the Sport Jackets Market and factors such as driver, restraint, past and current trends, regulatory scenarios and technology development. A thorough analysis of these factors including economic slowdown, local & global reforms and COVID-19 Impact has been conducted to determine future growth prospects in the global market.
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Li Ning Acquires Majority Stake In Clarks

Viva China Holdings, founded by Chinese gymnast-turned-entrepreneur Li Ning, has acquired control of the U.K.-based footwear brand, Clarks. According to a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange, Viva China Holdings has agreed to acquire 51 percent of LionRock Capital Partners QiLe Limited, the private equity firm which will own the Clarks brand, for £51 million ($62 mm).