A report forecasts that more than half of this year’s growth in luxury goods will come from China, where sales are set to soar by 24% in 2012. The country is already the largest market for jewelers after America and for gold after India, and is gaining fast on both leaders. With China's appetite for Western goods, luxury brands stand to be big beneficiaries. Prada and Gucci owe a third of their global sales to the rich in China. Diamond jeweler De Beers, an LVMH brand, opened its first store in China less than a year ago in Beijing. Louis Vuitton boutiques are continuing to expand and even making a push into the country's second- and third-tier cities, even though they already boast multiple locations in China's big and thriving cities. Chinese consumers have also embraced Coach, which listed depositary receipts on the Hong Kong stock exchange last year and operates more than 80 locations through Hong Kong and China.
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