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  • Chinese tourists plan luxury shopping early
  • Chinese tourists plan luxury shopping early
    Jerry Cal ©
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Chinese tourists plan luxury shopping early

After becoming the world’s largest bloc of outbound travellers in 2012, 97% of wealthy Chinese people intend to go shopping when they travel. And 90% of them carry out extensive amounts of research on what and where to purchase before they’ve even left home.

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