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China’s £310Billion Consumer Market: Are UK Retailers Missing Out on the Year of the Goat? In The News

The Huffington Post | Chinese New Year is a holiday that some say is bigger than Christmas in the West. It's the Year of the Goat, which in Chinese is tai yang and also means sun, representing prosperity. During this 15-day festival that kicks off on 19 February, the goat, sheep and ram will be celebrated throughout China, and millions of Chinese consumers will go shopping with money gifted to them in traditional red envelopes.

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Saudi King’s Cash Giveaway Spurs Surge in Retail Sales In The News

BloombergTV | Borderfree CEO Michael DeSimone explains how firms can benefit from Saudi King Salman's decree that a bonus worth about 2-months salary, or nearly $32 billion, be paid to government employees, soldiers, pensioners and students on government stipends at home and abroad. He speaks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox on "Taking Stock."

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