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  • Chinese luxury buyers want cut prices and clean air
  • Chinese luxury buyers want cut prices and clean air
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Chinese luxury buyers want cut prices and clean air

Chinese tourists love travelling to Australia, making up a great deal of the tourism market. But they’re not just flocking Down Under for the beautiful beaches, cities and sights – they’re also after cheaper luxury goods and the clean Aussie air. What does this mean for the industry?

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