Live and online: The Moodie Report Print Edition February/March 2016

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Welcome to The Moodie Report Print Edition for February/March 2016, available in full – editorial and advertising – in our unique digital format.

This issue majors on coverage of China and the Chinese traveller, at a time of momentous change – and our special section on the market comes to you in dual language format, English and Mandarin.

We speak to the country’s leading travel retailer, China Duty Free Group, as it plots a new wave of expansion at home (through offshore duty free, Arrivals duty free and online sales) as well as overseas.

We assess the challenge to the inflight market with China Sales Group, as it battles for market share against competition from travel retail abroad and the rise of Internet sales at home.

We talk Trinity values with Xi’an Xianyang International Airport, and we feature the latest figures and forecasts on Chinese outbound travel and spending.

We also report on DFS Group’s extraordinary Masters of Time showcase for watches and jewellery in Macau.

There is plenty more besides in this first print issue of 2016. Gebr Heinemann, Unifree Duty Free and airport company iGA share their vision for Istanbul New Airport.

And we speak to Sydney Airport as it aims to reposition retail through a new luxury zone, Heinemann’s vast new duty free store and an eclectic food & beverage offer at the International Terminal.

We assess Brisbane Airport’s blend of local flavour and global appeal and we bring you full reaction on the duty free tender results at Abu Dhabi International’s Midfield Terminal.

In a special brand focus, Marc Puig discusses the integration of Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances into the Puig group.

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