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  • The rise of luxury outlet malls in China
  • The rise of luxury outlet malls in China
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The rise of luxury outlet malls in China

As the luxury market in China continues to stall there has been a subsequent increase in the number of outlet malls. These shopping centres have been a mainstay in the US and Europe but are a new phenomenon in China – and one which retailers hope will rejuvenate the luxury market.

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