*Chinese tourists spent up to $1 bln in Moscow in 2015. Shoppers from China accounted for 7 percent of the group's sales in 2015 and while the country's economy is slowing sharply, at least it is still growing unlike Russia's which is shrinking. Chinese visitors have become a more frequent sight in central Moscow, some carrying bright orange shopping bags from...» Read More
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