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Black Friday sales remain popular with French consumers

By France24
28 November 2022   |   7:49 am
We take a look at how French consumers have adopted the American tradition of Black Friday sales. With clothing expected to the number one item that will be purchased in France during the discounted period, we also find out how the globe's appetite for fast fashion is having a dire effect on Chile's desert.

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