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China bets on Hainan duty-free shopping mecca to boost spending at home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the second story in a three-part series examining China’s plan to transform Hainan into an internationally influential ‘free-trade port’, as Beijing faces what it perceives to be an increasingly hostile international environment. You can read the first story in the series here.Steve Li browses through racks of clothing at a comfortably air-conditioned shopping centre in tropical Hainan, stopping occasionally to check price tags for luxury brands ranging from Prada to Giorgio Armani…

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This is the second story in a three-part series examining China’s plan to transform Hainan into an internationally influential ‘free-trade port’, as Beijing faces what it perceives to be an increasingly hostile international environment. You can read the first story in the series here.Steve Li browses through racks of clothing at a comfortably air-conditioned shopping centre in tropical Hainan, stopping occasionally to check price tags for luxury brands ranging from Prada to Giorgio Armani…

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