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The Australian store where everything sold is sent to China

By Bloomberg
05 April 2019   |   12:41 pm
The insatiable demand in China for premium foreign-made goods has led to the emergence of a unique retail experience in Australia. A growing number of stores are catering to the so-called daigou trade, where people buy products overseas and ship them to the mainland for resale.

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