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FRANCE/
RTX15ZOR 
December 01, 2013 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
Nice, France 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian centers from 7 to 20 per cent, on the Promenade Des Anglais in Nice December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS) 
FRANCE/
RTX15ZOO 
December 01, 2013 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
Nice, France 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian centers from 7 to 20 per cent, on the Promenade Des Anglais in Nice December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS) 
FRANCE/
RTX15ZOM 
December 01, 2013 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
Nice, France 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian... 
People demonstrate against a government's bill to increase the Valued-Added Tax (VAT) for equestrian centers from 7 to 20 per cent, on the Promenade Des Anglais in Nice December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS) 
MEXICO-REFORMS/
RTX14KKO 
October 23, 2013 
Demonstrators burn an effigy of Mexico's Finance Minister Luis Videgaray during a protest against the... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Demonstrators burn an effigy of Mexico's Finance Minister Luis Videgaray during a protest against the... 
Demonstrators burn an effigy of Mexico's Finance Minister Luis Videgaray during a protest against the federal government's economic and tax reforms in Ciudad Juarez October 22, 2013. The Lower House maintained the government's plan to raise the lower 11 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate for border states to match the national rate of 16 percent. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-REFORMS/
RTX14KKI 
October 23, 2013 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms... 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms in Ciudad Juarez October 22, 2013. The Lower House maintained the government's plan to raise the lower 11 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate for border states to match the national rate of 16 percent. The signs read: "No to the 16 percent price increase", "No to the 16 percent lack of tourism", "No to the 16 percent closure of assembly plants" and "No to the 16 percent crime increase". REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
MEXICO-REFORMS/
RTX14KKB 
October 23, 2013 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms... 
Demonstrators hold up signs during a march against the federal government's economic and tax reforms in Ciudad Juarez October 22, 2013. The Lower House maintained the government's plan to raise the lower 11 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate for border states to match the national rate of 16 percent. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-LOTTERY/
RTX10D3R 
June 05, 2013 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Mackenzie claims the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history in Tallahassee 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C), her son Scott (R) and a person identified by Lottery Officials as "a trusted family friend" (L) are escorted out of the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
USA-LOTTERY/
RTX10D3O 
June 05, 2013 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Mackenzie claims the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history in Tallahassee 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C) and her son Scott (R) leave the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
USA-LOTTERY/
RTX10D3M 
June 05, 2013 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Mackenzie claims the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history in Tallahassee 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C), her son Scott (R) and a person identified by Lottery Officials as "a trusted family friend" (L) leave the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
USA-LOTTERY/
RTX10D3J 
June 05, 2013 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Mackenzie claims the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history in Tallahassee 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C), her son Scott (R) and a person identified by Lottery Officials as "a trusted family friend" (L) leave the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
USA-LOTTERY/
RTX10D3G 
June 05, 2013 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Mackenzie claims the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history in Tallahassee 
REFILE - ADDING POWERBALL REFERENCE
Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C) and her son Scott (R) leave the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single Powerball jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3F686 
March 19, 2013 
A hooded protester holds up placards during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A protester holds up placards during a march against new taxes on food and medicine, as well as the privatization... 
A hooded protester holds up placards during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition to new taxes on food and medicine, as well as the privatization of state oil company Pemex, in Mexico City March 18, 2013. Protesters from civil organizations and workers from various unions are seeking to pressure the government to reject any would-be proposal to apply the country's I.V.A. (value added tax) to food and medicine or privatize Pemex, according to local media. The placards read as "I.V.A 22%" and "Privatization". REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
MEXICO/
RTR3F665 
March 19, 2013 
A hooded protester holds up placards during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A hooded protester holds up placards during a march against new taxes on food and medicine, as well as... 
A hooded protester holds up placards during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition to new taxes on food and medicine, as well as the privatization of state oil company Pemex, in Mexico City March 18, 2013. Protesters from civil organizations and workers from various unions are seeking to pressure the government to reject any would-be proposal to apply the country's I.V.A. (value added tax) to food and medicine or privatize Pemex, according to local media. The placards read as "I.V.A 22%" and "Privatization". REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
MEXICO/
RTR3F663 
March 19, 2013 
Protesters take part during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition to new... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Protesters take part during a march against new taxes on food and medicine, as well as the privatization... 
Protesters take part during a march, where leftist organizations demonstrated their opposition to new taxes on food and medicine, as well as the privatization of state oil company Pemex, in Mexico City March 18, 2013. Protesters from civil organizations and workers from various unions are seeking to pressure the government to reject any would-be proposal to apply the country's I.V.A. (value added tax) to food and medicine or privatize Pemex, according to local media. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST) 
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
RTR3AXHC 
November 27, 2012 
A man sits on a bench at the departure area at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November 14, 2012. Frankfurt... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A man sits on a bench at the departure area at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt 
A man sits on a bench at the departure area 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
RTR3AXH4 
November 27, 2012 
A woman with a book sits on a bench at the departure area at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A woman with a book sits on a bench at the departure area at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt 
A woman with a book sits on a bench at the departure area 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
RTR3AXGW 
November 27, 2012 
A flight monitor showing departing flights is pictured at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt November... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A flight monitor showing departing flights is pictured at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt 
A flight monitor showing departing flights is pictured 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
RTR3AXG5 
November 27, 2012 
The shoulder bag of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, is pictured at the Fraport... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The shoulder bag of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein is pictured at the Fraport airport in... 
The shoulder bag of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, is pictured 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
RTR3AXFT 
November 27, 2012 
The lanyard of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, is pictured at the Fraport airport... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The lanyard of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Hussein is pictured at the Fraport airport in Frankfurt... 
The lanyard of Mandarin-speaking personal shopper Wasim Hussein, 43, is pictured 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) 
PORTUGAL/
RTR397T2 
October 16, 2012 
A woman scratches her back with a spoon during a protest in front of parliament in Lisbon October 16,... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
A woman scratches her back with a spoon during a protest in front of parliament in Lisbon 
A woman scratches her back with a spoon during a protest in front of parliament in Lisbon October 16, 2012. According to the protesters, restaurant workers are demanding for the reduction of value added tax (VAT) from 23 to 6 percent in the catering sector. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
PORTUGAL/
RTR397SU 
October 16, 2012 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon October... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon October 16, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demanding for the reduction of value added tax (VAT) from 23 to 6 percent in the catering sector. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
PORTUGAL/
RTR397SO 
October 16, 2012 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon October... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon 
Restaurant workers banging on saucepans with spoons shout slogans in front of parliament in Lisbon October 16, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demanding for the reduction of value added tax (VAT) from 23 to 6 percent in the catering sector. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWL 
September 04, 2012 
Workers clean fish for customers at a fish shop in a local market in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of... 
Madrid, Spain 
Workers clean fish for customers at a fish shop in a local market in Madrid 
Workers clean fish for customers at a fish shop in a local market in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWH 
September 04, 2012 
A municipal worker sweeps the floor as shop assistants change the window display at a clothing store... 
Madrid, Spain 
A municipal worker sweeps the floor as shop assistants change the window display at a clothing store... 
A municipal worker sweeps the floor as shop assistants change the window display at a clothing store in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWG 
September 04, 2012 
People look at discounted books displayed on the street in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September... 
Madrid, Spain 
People look at discounted books displayed on the street in Madrid 
People look at discounted books displayed on the street in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWF 
September 04, 2012 
A woman walks past a sign advertising books at one euro in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September... 
Madrid, Spain 
A woman walks past a sign advertising books at one euro in Madrid 
A woman walks past a sign advertising books at one euro in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWD 
September 04, 2012 
A man shops at a butcher's store in a local market in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's... 
Madrid, Spain 
A man shops at a butcher's store in a local market in Madrid 
A man shops at a butcher's store in a local market in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37GWC 
September 04, 2012 
A sign reads "We assume the VAT tax rate increase. We step on the VAT tax rate" as a woman looks around... 
Madrid, Spain 
A sign reads "We assume the VAT tax rate increase. We step on the VAT tax rate" as a woman looks around... 
A sign reads "We assume the VAT tax rate increase. We step on the VAT tax rate" as a woman looks around at a shoe store in Madrid September 4, 2012. As of September 1, Spain's VAT tax rate surged to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit and avoid a full-blown European bailout. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust to a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37DSD 
September 01, 2012 
A couple unload grocery into their car after shopping at a supermarket at La Canada shopping centre in... 
Marbella, Spain 
A couple unload grocery into their car after shopping at a supermarket at La Canada shopping centre in... 
A couple unload grocery into their car after shopping at a supermarket at La Canada shopping centre in Marbella, near Malaga September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish shoppers and small businesses were resigned to more pain on Saturday, as everyday living costs became more expensive following a hike in value-added tax (VAT). The government has raised its main VAT rate by three percentage points to 21 percent as part of a drive to slash 65 billion euros ($82 billion) from the public deficit by 2014 and save the country from a full international bailout. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR37DS8 
September 01, 2012 
A chef figurine stands at the entrance of a restaurant at La Canada shopping centre in Marbella, near... 
Marbella, Spain 
A chef figurine stands at the entrance of a restaurant at La Canada shopping centre in Marbella 
A chef figurine stands at the entrance of a restaurant at La Canada shopping centre in Marbella, near Malaga September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish shoppers and small businesses were resigned to more pain on Saturday, as everyday living costs became more expensive following a hike in value-added tax (VAT). The government has raised its main VAT rate by three percentage points to 21 percent as part of a drive to slash 65 billion euros ($82 billion) from the public deficit by 2014 and save the country from a full international bailout. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37DS5 
September 01, 2012 
Three statues of bulls (bottom) are displayed in a decoration store in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Malaga... 
SAN PEDRO DE ALCANTARA, Spain 
Statues are displayed in a decoration store in San Pedro de Alcantara 
Three statues of bulls (bottom) are displayed in a decoration store in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Malaga September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish shoppers and small businesses were resigned to more pain on Saturday, as everyday living costs became more expensive following a hike in value-added tax (VAT). The government has raised its main VAT rate by three percentage points to 21 percent as part of a drive to slash 65 billion euros ($82 billion) from the public deficit by 2014 and save the country from a full international bailout. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ANIMALS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D1M 
September 01, 2012 
A flower vendor arranges plants at an outdoor flower market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped... 
Madrid, Spain 
Flower vendor arranges plants on first day of VAT tax hike in Madrid 
A flower vendor arranges plants at an outdoor flower market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D13 
September 01, 2012 
A flower vendor arranges plants at an outdoor flower market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped... 
Madrid, Spain 
Flower vendor arranges plants on first day of VAT tax hike in Madrid 
A flower vendor arranges plants at an outdoor flower market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D11 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor attends to client at market in Madrid 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D0X 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor fills a bag at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor fills bag at a market in Madrid 
A fruit vendor fills a bag at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D0V 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor attends to client at a market in Madrid 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D0Q 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor attends a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor attends client at a market in Madrid 
A fruit vendor attends a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D0O 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor weighs produce at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor weighs produce on first day of a VAT tax hike in Madrid 
A fruit vendor weighs produce at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D09 
September 01, 2012 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers... 
Madrid, Spain 
Fruit vendor attends a client on first day of a VAT tax hike in Madrid 
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-SDX/
RTR36UX1 
August 15, 2012 
A model presents an "angel" diamond ring encrusted with a 4.05 carat diamond estimated to be worth a... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Model presents angel diamond ring from diamond jewelry portfolio of Singapore Diamond Exchange at Freeport... 
A model presents an "angel" diamond ring encrusted with a 4.05 carat diamond estimated to be worth a total of $112,800, part of the diamond jewelry portfolios of the Singapore Diamond Exchange (SDX), at SDX premises within the Singapore Freeport secure facility August 15, 2012. The newly set up company aims to help investors buy diamonds at wholesale prices. SDX, whose shareholders include famed U.S. investor Jim Rogers, can store the diamonds on behalf of investors at the secured facility in Singapore such that they attract no value-added or consumption tax. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY WEALTH BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-SDX/
RTR36UX0 
August 15, 2012 
A model presents a 54.09 carat emerald cut vivid yellow diamond worth a reserve price of $6.1 million,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Model presents 54 carat diamond from diamond portfolio of Singapore Diamond Exchange at Freeport facility... 
A model presents a 54.09 carat emerald cut vivid yellow diamond worth a reserve price of $6.1 million, part of the diamond portfolios of the Singapore Diamond Exchange (SDX), at SDX premises within the Singapore Freeport secure facility August 15, 2012. The newly set up company aims to help investors buy diamonds at wholesale prices. SDX, whose shareholders include famed U.S. investor Jim Rogers, can store the diamonds on behalf of investors at the secured facility in Singapore such that they attract no value-added or consumption tax. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY WEALTH BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-SDX/
RTR36UWZ 
August 15, 2012 
A model presents a diamond necklace with a 10.88 carat yellow diamond pendant, part of the diamond jewelry... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Model presents yellow diamond necklace from diamond jewelry portfolio of Singapore Diamond Exchange at... 
A model presents a diamond necklace with a 10.88 carat yellow diamond pendant, part of the diamond jewelry portfolios of the Singapore Diamond Exchange (SDX), at SDX premises within the Singapore Freeport secure facility August 15, 2012. The newly set up company aims to help investors buy diamonds at wholesale prices. SDX, whose shareholders include famed U.S. investor Jim Rogers, can store the diamonds on behalf of investors at the secured facility in Singapore such that they attract no value-added or consumption tax. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY WEALTH BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-SDX/
RTR36UWY 
August 15, 2012 
A model presents a 54.09 carat emerald cut vivid yellow diamond worth a reserve price of $6.1 million,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Model presents 54 carat diamond from diamond portfolio of Singapore Diamond Exchange at Freeport facility... 
A model presents a 54.09 carat emerald cut vivid yellow diamond worth a reserve price of $6.1 million, part of the diamond portfolios of the Singapore Diamond Exchange (SDX), at SDX premises within the Singapore Freeport secure facility August 15, 2012. The newly set up company aims to help investors buy diamonds at wholesale prices. SDX, whose shareholders include famed U.S. investor Jim Rogers, can store the diamonds on behalf of investors at the secured facility in Singapore such that they attract no value-added or consumption tax. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH) 
CHINA-STEEL/TAX
RTR35SRE 
August 01, 2012 
Workers rest on steel pipes at a steel wholesale market in Shenyang, Liaoning province, August 1, 2012.... 
Shenyang, China 
Workers rest on steel pipes at a steel wholesale market in Shenyang 
Workers rest on steel pipes at a steel wholesale market in Shenyang, Liaoning province, August 1, 2012. China is considering reviving a value-added tax rebate aimed at aiding the country's struggling steel sector, the official Shanghai Securities News reported on Tuesday, citing unidentified sources. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
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