Duty-free retail is finding new ways to grow

Duty-free shopping conjures up images of crowded airport terminals. As the COVID-19 pandemic has emptied these of passengers, the shops inside have suffered commensurately. Having reached $86 billion in 2019, according to Generation Research, a consultancy, duty-free sales collapsed by two-thirds last year. Read more at The Economist.

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