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Hainan to see duty-free sales expand

By Ma Zhiping in Haikou | | Updated: 2021-01-25 17:01
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Customers shopping at the cdf mall in Sanya, a coastal city at the southern tip of Hainan Island. [Photo by Zuo Jianan/]

Duty-free sales networks around Hainan island will be expanded to better meet domestic needs for imported goods in the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) period, with sales volume of duty-free items expected to hit 300 billion yuan in five years, said Feng Fei, acting governor of the province,on Sunday.

In his government work report addressed to the Fourth Session of the Sixth People's Congress of Hainan Province, which opened in Haikou, the provincial capital, Feng said that Hainan will promote mail delivery of duty-free goods and other means to reach an annual sales record of more than 60 billion yuan this year.

In 2020, more than 3.4 million shoppers visited duty-free centers in Hainan, spending 31.58 billion yuan on duty-free goods, according to Haikou Customs.

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