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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
RTXQK24 
November 10, 2009 
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop... 
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop store in New York November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
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) 
ACTIVISIONBLIZZARD/CALLOFDUTY
RTXQK20 
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) 
MARKETS-FOREX/
RTXA2AD 
October 30, 2008 
The currency exchange rate is displayed at the duty free counter of an electronics store in Tokyo's Akihabara... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Currency exchange rate is displayed in Tokyo's Akihabara district 
The currency exchange rate is displayed at the duty free counter of an electronics store in Tokyo's Akihabara district October 30, 2008. The euro jumped against the dollar and the yen on Thursday as a recovery in emerging assets helped ease fears about the global financial woes, prompting investors to buy back the recently battered European single currency. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN) 
CHINA-TRADE/TOLLING
RTR1S6S5 
July 24, 2007 
A vendor organizes shoes at a market in Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province July 24, 2007. China's... 
Kunming, China 
A vendor organizes shoes at a market in Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province 
A vendor organizes shoes at a market in Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province July 24, 2007. China's Ministry of Commerce will from August 23 limit the tolling trade, in which firms import raw materials in order to re-export finished products duty free, government sources and state television said on Monday. REUTERS/Wong Campion (CHINA) 
SECURITY RETAIL TRAVEL
RTR1GIMU 
August 19, 2006 
Passengers walk pass a closed a duty free liquor store in Calgary's International airport August 19,... 
Calgary, Canada 
Passengers walk pass a closed a duty free liquor store in Calgary's International airport 
Passengers walk pass a closed a duty free liquor store in Calgary's International airport August 19, 2006. Sales of luxury goods could decline if travelers cancel trips or cannot buy items such as liquor at duty-free shops due to new travel regulations put into effect on August 10, industry watchers said. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
AIRPORT SECURITY CANADA
RTR1GIMN 
August 19, 2006 
Meleta Smith cleans the shelves at the Fruits & Passion body and bath store at the Calgary International... 
Calgary, Canada 
Meleta Smith cleans shelves at Fruits & Passion body and bath store in Calgary's International airport... 
Meleta Smith cleans the shelves at the Fruits & Passion body and bath store at the Calgary International airport August 19, 2006. Sales of luxury goods could decline if travelers cancel trips or cannot buy items such as liquor at duty-free shops due to new travel regulations put into effect on August 10, industry watchers said. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
SECURITY RETAIL TRAVEL
RTR1GIMM 
August 19, 2006 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Calgary, Canada 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's International airport August 19, 2006. Sales of luxury goods could decline if travelers cancel trips or cannot buy items such as liquor at duty-free shops due to new travel regulations put into effect on August 10, industry watchers said. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
SECURITY RETAIL TRAVEL
RTR1GIMJ 
August 19, 2006 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Calgary, Canada 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's International airport August 19, 2006. Sales of luxury goods could decline if travelers cancel trips or cannot buy items such as liquor at duty-free shops due to new travel regulations put into effect on August 10, industry watchers said. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
SECURITY RETAIL TRAVEL
RTR1GIMF 
August 19, 2006 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Calgary, Canada 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's... 
Heather Dunbar surfs the internet as she waits for customer at the Cloud 9 Liquor store in Calgary's International airport August 19, 2006. Sales of luxury goods could decline if travelers cancel trips or cannot buy items such as liquor at duty-free shops due to new travel regulations put into effect on August 10, industry watchers said. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
RTRIOSV 
October 25, 1998 
Japanese travellers shop at the duty free store at the new Italian international airport of Malpensa... 
Italy 
JAPANESE TRAVELLERS IN THE FREE SHOP OF ITALIAN NEW AIRPORT OF MALPENSA 2000. 
Japanese travellers shop at the duty free store at the new Italian international airport of Malpensa 2000 on October 24. Milan's controversial Malpensa airport finally opened its doors this week-end after 15 years of preparation and months of legal wrangling. Italy only got the green light from the European Commission last week for a deal to gradually shift flights to Malpensa, and with capacity to handle 58 flights an hour compared to Linate's 32 and double the number of check-in banks and gates, the airport hopes to become an international hub to compete with the very best.
25/10/1998 Stefano Rellandini
VP/JDP 
BEANIE BABIES
RTXH2LE 
December 15, 1997 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, sorting through boxes... 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, sorting through boxes..... 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, sorting through boxes on the floor for the store-imposed limit of ten "Beanie Babies" stuffed toys December 15. The popular toys are sold out of most US stores and Americans are flocking to Canada for the novelites. This store is the Duty-Free shop on the U.S.-Canadian border near Buffalo. 
BEANIE BABIES
RTXH2LD 
December 15, 1997 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, buying the store-imposed... 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, buying the store-impo..... 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, buying the store-imposed limit of ten "Beanie Babies" stuffed toys December 15. The popular toys are sold out of most U.S. stores and Americans are flocking to Canada for the novelites. This store is the Duty-Free shop on the US-Canadian border near Buffalo. 
RTR9MOP 
December 15, 1997 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, sorting through boxes... 
Canada 
CYNTHIA DOLITTLE OF BUFFALO SHOPS IN CANADA 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, sorting through boxes on the floor for the store-imposed limit of ten "Beanie Babies" stuffed toys December 15. The popular toys are sold out of most US stores and Americans are flocking to Canada for the novelites. This store is the Duty-Free shop on the U.S.-Canadian border near Buffalo.

BEANIE BABIES 
RTR9MOC 
December 15, 1997 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, buying the store-imposed... 
Canada 
AMERICANS FLOCK TO CANADA FOR BEANIE BABIES 
Cynthia Doolittle of Buffalo, NY, does holiday shopping for her grandchildren, buying the store-imposed limit of ten "Beanie Babies" stuffed toys December 15. The popular toys are sold out of most U.S. stores and Americans are flocking to Canada for the novelites. This store is the Duty-Free shop on the US-Canadian border near Buffalo.

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