US luxury retailers cater to Chinese tourists

04/15/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

China provides one of the fastest-growing sources of tourists to the US, and wealthy Chinese visitors spend an average of $6,000 per visit compared to $4,000 by tourists from other countries. High-end retailers including Tiffany are increasingly catering to the group at their New York City stores, hiring Mandarin-speaking sales associates and offering broader selections than are found in their stores in China.

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