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  • This Chinese flower shop is worth $100m
  • This Chinese flower shop is worth $100m
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This Chinese flower shop is worth $100m

“If we discover you giving your order to someone else, we cannot guarantee your order will ship.” This disclaimer accompanies a $200 bouquet of roses from luxury flower merchant Roseonly. And while it might seem to limit its client base, Roseonly is now worth $100 million.

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