Affluent Chinese Millennials come to the U.S. to shop.
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Luxury shopping is still a big reason why the majority of China’s affluents say they plan to visit the U.S. in the next two years, according to a new study by YouGov.
The report, the sixth installment in a series called the “Affluent Perspective 2017 Global Study,” said 56 percent of China’s affluents have plans to visit the U.S., compared with just 38 percent of all non-U.S. global affluents.
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