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  • China bought half of the world's luxury in 2015
  • China bought half of the world's luxury in 2015
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China bought half of the world's luxury in 2015

China loves luxury, buying almost half of the world's high-end goods in 2015. But with the price tags associated with these products rising when imported into China, people are turning elsewhere to get their taste of opulence. So where are they heading to for luxury items?

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