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duty-free shop

a shop, esp one at an airport or on board a ship, that sells perfume, tobacco, etc., at duty-free prices
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A source apparently told Reuters that Ferrovial may divest BAA's non-regulated businesses, like airport duty-free stores, if its bid is accepted.
Retail presentation is improving and luxury brands that had restricted their travel-retail presence to downtown duty-free stores, including Chanel, Prada and MaxMara, are now entering the airport channel.
Location of the duty-free stores will be in nine locations that would cover 1,425sq m on the third floor of TD and two locations spanning 53.
Leading local companies include Belle, Lianhua, Suning, Wuhan Zhongbai, Wushang Group, Bubugao, Yonghui and China Duty-Free Stores.
The company operates approximately 200 stores throughout North America, Asia and the Pacific Basin, including 12 DFS Galleria flagship stores in select resorts and major cities, as well as duty-free stores in leading hotels and major international airports.
NXP Corporation, operating under the retail brands "Jewels" and "Azura by Jewels", operates 12 duty-free stores in the Caribbean offering luxury watches and jewelry.
These clients include Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly-Clark, the Chang'an Motors and Ford Motors joint venture and other large companies operating in China's domestic markets, such as PANRIC, HAIER, SUNING, PARKSON, SOGO, Tians, Wangfujing, Homeway (acquired by Home Depot), Orient Home, China duty-free stores and AYAYA, etc.
duty-free stores and other international distributors as
Further expanded the global client-base and local major accounts including GUCCI, B&Q, Micky Space store franchised by Disney China, Homeway (acquired by Home Depot), Orient Home, China duty-free stores and etc.
Canada's land border duty-free stores are on the front lines of the U.
4 will have a large variety of shops available to travelers as well as restaurants, duty-free stores, and other services for passengers.
As previously announced, ASUR had initiated arbitration proceedings with Dufry in 2004 in order to settle a dispute over amounts owed by Dufry for the operation of its duty-free stores in the Cancun airport.