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China’s Hainan sees duty-free sales boom as shoppers look for ‘convenient’ alternative to Hong Kong

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Duty-free sales in China’s island province of Hainan surged to 50.49 billion yuan (US.9 billion) in 2021, growing 83 per cent from a year earlier, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to limit travel abroad and Hong Kong’s stringent quarantine controls make it difficult for mainlanders to visit the city.Hainan’s commerce department said the number of duty-free shoppers to the island increased by 73 per cent year on year, and the volume of duty-free purchases rose by 71 per cent over the same…

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Duty-free sales in China’s island province of Hainan surged to 50.49 billion yuan (US$7.9 billion) in 2021, growing 83 per cent from a year earlier, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to limit travel abroad and Hong Kong’s stringent quarantine controls make it difficult for mainlanders to visit the city.Hainan’s commerce department said the number of duty-free shoppers to the island increased by 73 per cent year on year, and the volume of duty-free purchases rose by 71 per cent over the same…

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