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After The Brexit Tax Reform, Duty-Free Shops In British Airports Will No Longer Be Duty-Free

2020/9/18 22:04:00 0

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Duty free shops at British airports have announced that they will no longer be duty-free from next January, and the airport tax refund service will be cancelled. Only tobacco and alcohol will not be subject to the new policy. It is understood that the airport duty-free shops will no longer be duty-free, which is part of the tax reform after brexit. This means that consumers can only buy in the store directly in the form of duty-free, and then sent directly to the consumer's overseas address. The international transportation costs generated in this process will bring high transportation costs to merchants, or lead to British luxury retailers and high-end stores no longer attractive.

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