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China Duty Free Group Opens Retail Outlets In Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport

With the official operation of the new 96,000-square meter terminal building in Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport, China Duty Free Group announced that its two high-end retail stores in the airport have been launched.

Located in the new international lounge of Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport, "cdf China Duty Free", the core retail brand under CDFG, has an area of nearly 2,000 square meters. It brings together famous brands, including Chanel, Dior, Lancome, Shiseido, Burberry, Ferragamo, Bally, Montblanc, and Swarovski.

The group's other brand store "Lile du Luxe", with an area of 1,000 square meters in the domestic lounge of the airport, introduces brands such as Biotherm, Samsonite, and Disney. The prices of products sold in these two stores are reportedly lower than those sold in duty free stores in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Lu Lu, president of CDFG, told local media that the cooperation with the airport is of milestone significance and it is the first time for CDFG to operate the retail business in the domestic lounge of an airport in China.

So far, CDFG has established over 180 duty free stores in China, including two flagship stores in the Shanghai World Expo site.

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