The U.S./China trade war has claimed its victims but - for the moment - Louis Vuitton is not among them.
In fact, the French luxury goods maker this week celebrated the inauguration of a new leatherworks factory in Western France.
With a nod from CEO Michael Burke on why.
"We see exceptional growth in China."
Chinese clients - and not just those in China - accounting for around a third of all sales.
Parent company LVMH invested a billion euros in new production in France last year.
This year sees not only this opening, but a plan, already, for others.
It's looking to hire an extra 1,500 staff, to join the 4,300 or so it already has across 16 sites.
As for the products so coveted by the Chinese market: the Little Hat Box Bag, for example, retails at 3,200 dollars.
And, as for production, it aims to be smarter to cut costs, and to be more sustainable by cutting or recycling surpluses.
"This atelier features a work flow that is more agile, specialising in smaller series, handbags that are relatively, or very complicated to make."
Vuitton also has three production sites in U.S.
But the brand, Burke said, has no plans to relocate any manufacturing to China or Asia to be closer to sales.
Vuitton tends to trade, he added, on its "Made in France" cachet.