Retail without borders

One of the significant concerns about international border closures has been the effect lost tourism revenues would have on local economies, including the retail industry. In every state of Australia, shopping centre operators and the government have created retail infrastructure to cater to tourists that include not only physical retail stores and shopping centres, but also marketing machinery, travel agents, transportation and more. The impact of border closures is felt even more deeply in oth

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