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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AIRLINES-AIRPORTS
RTX7JU3K
May 21, 2020
People wearing protective face masks walk past a closed Duty Free store, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
New York, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York
People wearing protective face masks walk past a closed Duty Free store, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, at New York’s JFK International Airport in New York, U.S., May 19, 2020. Picture taken May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTS35SRV
March 12, 2020
A duty free store saleswoman wears a face mask at the El Salvador International Airport Saint Oscar Romero...
San Luis Talpa, El Salvador
A duty free store saleswoman wears a face mask at the El Salvador International Airport Saint Oscar Romero...
A duty free store saleswoman wears a face mask at the El Salvador International Airport Saint Oscar Romero y Galdamez as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in San Luis Talpa, El Salvador, March 12, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ
RTS34OVU
March 04, 2020
Female employees wearing protective face masks are seen at a Duty Free store, following an outbreak of...
Baghdad, Iraq
Female employees wearing protective face masks are seen at a Duty Free store, following an outbreak of...
Female employees wearing protective face masks are seen at a Duty Free store, following an outbreak of coronavirus, in Baghdad international Airport, in Baghdad, Iraq March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousily
GLOBAL-BEAUTY/
RTX6W7B0
May 23, 2019
Tourists shop for beauty products at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand,...
Bangkok, Thailand
Tourists shop for beauty products at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport
Tourists shop for beauty products at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
GLOBAL-BEAUTY/
RTX6W7AO
May 23, 2019
Dior lipsticks are displayed at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand,...
Bangkok, Thailand
Dior lipsticks are displayed at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport
Dior lipsticks are displayed at King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
GLOBAL-BEAUTY/
RTX6W788
May 23, 2019
MAC lipsticks are displayed at the King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand,...
Bangkok, Thailand
MAC lipsticks are displayed at the King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport
MAC lipsticks are displayed at the King Power duty free store in Bangkok's International Airport, Thailand, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
FNAC-DARTY-STORE/
RTX6EL9X
October 10, 2018
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice...
Nice, France
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice...
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice International Airport, in Nice, France, October 10, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5K5
August 02, 2017
A departing passenger looks at cigarettes and other tobacco products at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Luqa, Malta
A departing passenger looks at cigarettes and other tobacco products at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
A departing passenger looks at cigarettes and other tobacco products at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5JL
August 02, 2017
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Luqa, Malta
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5JJ
August 02, 2017
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa,...
Luqa, Malta
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5J8
August 02, 2017
A departing passenger walks through a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August...
Luqa, Malta
A departing passenger walks through a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
A departing passenger walks through a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5J7
August 02, 2017
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa,...
Luqa, Malta
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
A departing passenger looks at perfumes at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5J6
August 02, 2017
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Luqa, Malta
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Departing passengers walk near a display of Maltese wines at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5J5
August 02, 2017
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August...
Luqa, Malta
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5IX
August 02, 2017
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August...
Luqa, Malta
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
Departing passengers try perfume at a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5IP
August 02, 2017
Signage pointing the customs and VAT refund office is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Luqa, Malta
Signage pointing the customs and VAT refund office is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Signage pointing the customs and VAT refund office is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5IN
August 02, 2017
Signage pointing to the departure gates and VIP lounge is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Luqa, Malta
Signage pointing to the departure gates and VIP lounge is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International...
Signage pointing to the departure gates and VIP lounge is seen in a Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A5IL
August 02, 2017
Departing passengers walk through the Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August...
Luqa, Malta
Departing passengers walk through the Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa
Departing passengers walk through the Duty Free store at Malta International Airport in Luqa, Malta August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
ASIA-STORM/HONGKONG
RTX2PSGP
October 21, 2016
Glass doors are taped at a duty free store as Typhoon Haima approaches in Hong Kong, China, October 21,...
Hong Kong, China
Glass doors are taped at a duty free store as Typhoon Haima approaches in Hong Kong
Glass doors are taped at a duty free store as Typhoon Haima approaches in Hong Kong, China, October 21, 2016 . REUTERS/Bobby Yip
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTSD2WX
April 01, 2016
Foreign tourists pose with shop clerks for pictures outside a duty free store at Ginza shopping district...
Tokyo, Japan
Foreign tourists pose with shop clerks for pictures outside a duty free store at Ginza shopping district...
Foreign tourists pose with shop clerks for pictures outside a duty free store at Ginza shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24ITC
January 29, 2016
King Power duty free store is seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match...
Bangkok, Thailand
King Power duty free store is seen in Bangkok
King Power duty free store is seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24IT8
January 29, 2016
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January...
Bangkok, Thailand
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24IT7
January 29, 2016
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January...
Bangkok, Thailand
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok
The headquarters of King Power duty free store are seen in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24IT4
January 29, 2016
A man looks at Leicester City merchandise inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January 28,...
Bangkok, Thailand
A man looks at Leicester City merchandise inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok
A man looks at Leicester City merchandise inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24IT2
January 29, 2016
A man looks at a Leicester City T-shirt inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January 28, 2016....
Bangkok, Thailand
A man looks at a Leicester City T-shirt inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok
A man looks at a Leicester City T-shirt inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND
RTX24ISY
January 29, 2016
A boy looks at a Leicester City advertisement inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January...
Bangkok, Thailand
A boy looks at a Leicester City advertisement inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok
A boy looks at a Leicester City advertisement inside a King Power duty free store in Bangkok, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. To match Insight SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEICESTER-THAILAND REUTERS/Jorge Silva
TAIWAN-CHINA/
RTS3H25
October 07, 2015
Chinese tourists shop in the Everrich duty free shopping mall in Kinmen county, Taiwan, September 8,...
Kinmen, Taiwan
Chinese tourists shop in the Everrich duty free shopping mall in Kinmen county
Chinese tourists shop in the Everrich duty free shopping mall in Kinmen county, Taiwan, September 8, 2015. Rustic Kinmen, with a population of less than 129,000, is a half-hour ferry ride to China, but it takes an hour to fly to major Taiwan cities. Just off its shores, glass-walled high-rises wink seductively from the booming mainland port of Xiamen in one of China's most prosperous provinces. Kinmen is eyeing closer commercial ties with China. It wants to pipe water from Xiamen and has plans to build a bridge and set up a glittering free trade zone with the city. China is seeking unification with Taiwan under its "one country, two systems" formula by which Hong Kong, a former British colony, returned to Chinese rule in 1997. And Kinmen, or "Golden Gate", is a test for China's ambitions to recover Taiwan through soft power. Picture taken September 8, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
HEALTH-MERS/SOUTHKOREA
RTX1GEWA
June 14, 2015
Passengers wearing masks to prevent contracting Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) shop at a duty-free...
Incheon, South Korea
Passengers wearing masks to prevent contracting Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) shop at a duty-free...
Passengers wearing masks to prevent contracting Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) shop at a duty-free store at the Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea, June 14, 2015. A South Korean hospital suspended most services on Sunday after being identified as the epicentre of the spread of a deadly respiratory disease that has killed 15 people since being diagnosed in the country nearly four weeks ago. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
JAPAN-RETAIL/TOURISM
RTR3Q2T4
May 20, 2014
Tourists look at displays at a duty free store as a woman in Kimono welcomes visitors, along a street...
Tokyo, Japan
Tourists look at displays at a duty free store as a woman in Kimono welcomes visitors, at Ginza Shopping...
Tourists look at displays at a duty free store as a woman in Kimono welcomes visitors, along a street at Tokyo's Ginza Shopping district May 15, 2014. In ageing Japan, retailers are waking up to a hot new demographic: foreign visitors. Tourism contribution to the economy will take on increasing importance as Japan's population dwindles. Driven by government tourism promotions and lately a weaker yen, the number of inbound travellers has quietly doubled in the past decade to top 10 million for the first time last year. In 2013, they spent $14 billion on everything from powdered green tea to Prada handbags, to rare, red-coral rings. To match story JAPAN-RETAIL/TOURISM Picture taken May 15, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXHH
November 27, 2012
A woman from China stands with a shopping trolley in front of a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Frankfurt, Germany
A woman from China stands with a shopping trolley in front of a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
A woman from China stands with a shopping trolley in front of a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXHF
November 27, 2012
Women look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14,...
Frankfurt, Germany
Women look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
Women look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXHD
November 27, 2012
Men look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012....
Frankfurt, Germany
Men look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
Men look at cosmetic products in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXHB
November 27, 2012
A man with a tablet computer stands in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November...
Frankfurt, Germany
A man with a tablet computer stands in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
A man with a tablet computer stands in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXH6
November 27, 2012
Men wheel shopping trolleys in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012....
Frankfurt, Germany
Men wheel shopping trolleys in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
Men wheel shopping trolleys in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXH1
November 27, 2012
A man looks at goods in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
A man looks at goods in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
A man looks at goods in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGV
November 27, 2012
Cosmetic products are pictured in a bag in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November...
Frankfurt, Germany
Cosmetic products are pictured in a bag in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt
Cosmetic products are pictured in a bag in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt.Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGS
November 27, 2012
Benny, 32, from China, makes his way to the cash desk in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in...
Frankfurt, Germany
Benny from China makes his way to the cash desk in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt...
Benny, 32, from China, makes his way to the cash desk in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt.Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGR
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, (R) says goodbye to Benny, 32, from China, in front...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein says goodbye to Benny from China in front of a Duty Free store...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, (R) says goodbye to Benny, 32, from China, in front of a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGQ
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, (L) poses with Benny, 32, from China in a Duty...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein poses with Benny from China in a Duty Free store at the Fraport...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, (L) poses with Benny, 32, from China in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGL
November 27, 2012
Benny, 32, from China shows a shopping list on his smart phone in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Frankfurt, Germany
Customer from China shows a shopping list on his smart phone in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Benny, 32, from China shows a shopping list on his smart phone in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt, November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new Mandarin-speaking personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXGB
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43 (C) and a sales assistant help Benny, 32, from China...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper help customer from China to purchase cosmetic goods in a Duty Free...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43 (C) and a sales assistant help Benny, 32, from China (L) to purchase cosmetic goods in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXG9
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43 (C) and a sales assistant help Benny, 32, from China...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper help customer from China to purchase cosmetic goods in a Duty Free...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43 (C) and a sales assistant help Benny, 32, from China (L) to purchase cosmetic goods in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXFH
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXFE
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
EUROPE-CHINA/AIRPORTSHOPPER
RTR3AXFD
November 27, 2012
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport...
Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, laughs as he poses in a Duty Free store at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt airport's new personal shopper service is just one example of how leisure and travel firms in crisis-struck Europe are trying to tap into the seemingly inexhaustible spending power of Chinese tourists. Value-added tax (VAT) refund data shows that Chinese travellers, who could overtake Germans as the world's biggest spenders on foreign travel this year, top the tax free shopping leaderboard in European cities like Paris, London and Frankfurt. Picture taken November14, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOM
October 26, 2012
Policemen search a suspect after stores were looted during protests against a new government law which...
Panama City, Panama
Policemen search a suspect after stores were looted during protests against a new government law which...
Policemen search a suspect after stores were looted during protests against a new government law which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOK
October 26, 2012
Policemen inspect a store that was looted during protests against a new government law which allows for...
Panama City, Panama
Policemen inspect a store that was looted during protests against a new government law which allows for...
Policemen inspect a store that was looted during protests against a new government law which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOH
October 26, 2012
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows...
Panama City, Panama
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows...
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOF
October 26, 2012
Residents walk by as a policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests...
Panama City, Panama
Residents walk by as a policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests...
Residents walk by as a policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOD
October 26, 2012
A policeman stands guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which...
Panama City, Panama
A policeman stands guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which...
A policeman stands guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOB
October 26, 2012
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows...
Panama City, Panama
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows...
Policemen stand guard after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MOA
October 26, 2012
A resident walks by as policemen stand guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests...
Panama City, Panama
A resident walks by as policemen stand guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests...
A resident walks by as policemen stand guard in a neighborhood after stores were looted during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MO3
October 26, 2012
A policeman stands with a detained suspect after protesters looted stores during protests against a new...
Panama City, Panama
A policeman stands with a detained suspect after protesters looted stores during protests against a new...
A policeman stands with a detained suspect after protesters looted stores during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PANAMA/
RTR39MNX
October 26, 2012
A policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after protesters looted stores during protests against a new...
Panama City, Panama
A policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after protesters looted stores during protests against a new...
A policeman stands guard in a neighborhood after protesters looted stores during protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, in Panama City October 26, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ASIA RETAILERS/CHINA
RTXX1A3
January 25, 2011
Liu Jun, Chinese tourist from Guangzhou, shops at a duty free department store during a photo opportunity...
Seoul, South Korea
Liu Jun, Chinese tourist from Guangzhou, shops at a duty free department store during a photo opportunity...
Liu Jun, Chinese tourist from Guangzhou, shops at a duty free department store during a photo opportunity in Seoul January 25, 2011. Retailers across Asia are poised for a sales boost during the Lunar New Year holidays as China's new ranks of big spenders head abroad for the peak shopping period. Strong economic growth and rising incomes are expected to bolster Chinese retailers. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTR2FZ2E
July 01, 2010
A woman clad in a yukata, or a casual summer kimono, hands out flyers to tourists at a duty-free retail...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
A woman clad in a yukata, or a casual summer kimono, hands out flyers to tourists at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district July 1, 2010. Japan relaxed its visa requirements for Chinese tourists on Thursday, hoping to attract more well-heeled travellers from its giant neighbour and cash in on demand for electronics, cosmetics and luxury goods. The sign reads, "Welcome Suning Electronics' Tokyo lucky draw winners". To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTR2FZ2C
July 01, 2010
A tourist from China tries products at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district July 1,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
A tourist from China tries products at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district July 1, 2010. Japan relaxed its visa requirements for Chinese tourists on Thursday, hoping to attract more well-heeled travellers from its giant neighbour and cash in on demand for electronics, cosmetics and luxury goods. To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTR2FZ2B
July 01, 2010
A woman clad in a yukata, or a casual summer kimono, hands out flyers to tourists at a duty-free retail...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
A woman clad in a yukata, or a casual summer kimono, hands out flyers to tourists at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district July 1, 2010. Japan relaxed its visa requirements for Chinese tourists on Thursday, hoping to attract more well-heeled travellers from its giant neighbour and cash in on demand for electronics, cosmetics and luxury goods. The sign reads, "Welcome Suning Electronics' Tokyo lucky draw winners". To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL POLITICS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTR2FZ29
July 01, 2010
A tourists from China tries a video camera at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS
A tourists from China tries a video camera at a duty-free retail store at Tokyo's Akihabara district July 1, 2010. Japan relaxed its visa requirements for Chinese tourists on Thursday, hoping to attract more well-heeled travellers from its giant neighbour and cash in on demand for electronics, cosmetics and luxury goods. To match Reuters Life! JAPAN-CHINA/TOURISTS REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
ACTIVISIONBLIZZARD/CALLOFDUTY
RTXQK22
November 10, 2009
Pedro Mercado, the first customer in line to purchase a copy of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pedro Mercado, the first customer in line to purchase a copy of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...
Pedro Mercado, the first customer in line to purchase a copy of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," smiles as he receives a free XBox 360 at a GameStop store in New York November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
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