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China To Open More Duty-Free Stores

Dear Clients, 

China’s State Council executive meeting on November 11, presided over by Premier Li Keqiang, decided to introduce measures to boost domestic consumption, including the opening of more duty-free stores at points of entry into the country.

Noting that Chinese individuals travelling abroad are beginning to purchase day-to-day products, and not only luxury items, the Government decided that more duty-free stores should be opened to encourage the import of ordinary consumer goods.

There were no further details of whether there would be a higher individual purchasing cap. Nor did the Council indicate how many shops would be opened.

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Cardwell Advisory Desk


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