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This incident could erode consumers' affection toward BMW and might further lead to investors' decisions to sell BMW stakes," Yang Delong, chief economist with First Seafront Fund, was quoted as saying by Economic View, a financial media outlet under China News Service.
Saravoot Yoovidhya, CEO of TCP Group, said in an interview, "As an international brand which has been deeply involved in the Chinese market for nearly 30 years, TCP has a special, long abiding affection for the Chinese market and our many loyal customers.
Douyin has previously set a target of facilitating gross merchandise volume of 500 billion yuan, hoping that people's affection for content curators would translate into purchase of products they endorse.
In one of its well-known moves, the company encouraged customers to write down their messages and thoughts about youth - about life, love, secret or unexpressed affection for someone.
"I think that we all have a great affection for each other (here).
According to the report, some 48 percent of the respondents ranked "health" first in the wealth of life, while 19 percent chose "family affection" and 11 percent picked "career".
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach delivered a speech via video at the main conference of WWSE, saying, "The genuine affection and passion for the Olympic Games that all of you the Chinese people displayed was truly heartwarming.
"This trend is partly influenced by the growing affection and appreciation for Chinese culture and home-made products among young people," she said.
"Jilin's development in winter sports is a record of the diligence of its people who have deep affection and love for this land of ice and snow … They leave behind them an impressive heritage in this remarkable era, with their unyielding spirit and hard work," she said.
Physical distance could not bar people from expressing their affection and care for their loved ones afar, and e-commerce and delivery services have come to their rescue.
The affection for almonds is growing by a large amount over the last 10 to 15 years.
If consumers don't have affection for both brands they are unlikely to buy, so there has to be good brand synergy and retailers need to understand their target customer well, he added.
A previous luxury, it repositioned itself successfully, leaving consumers nationwide with the idea "You can now enjoy luxury, too", winning it the warm affection with consumers it enjoys to this day.
Guan Mingyu, a McKinsey partner, said: "Triggered by Chinese car buyers' affection for smart EVs, the Chinese vehicle market is experiencing a series of changes far bigger and wider than expected.
Guan Mingyu, a McKinsey partner, said: "Triggered by Chinese car buyers' affection for smart EVs, the Chinese vehicle market is experiencing a series of changes far deeper and wider than expected.
Making the most of the Chinese people's affection for SUVs, the company has grown into the country's largest SUV maker and offers models that can compete with those from international carmakers.
The fourth one is they prefer distance affection with over 50 percent of senior urban citizens not wanting to live with but close to their children.
"The good deeds done by the overseas Hainanese show their deep affection to their hometowns," he said.