EU duty-free shopping ends, Switzerland continues

The European Union on Thursday abandoned duty free shopping after more than 50 years, leaving non-member Switzerland a duty-free island. And the Swiss company Nuance, the number two in the duty-free business, is already adjusting its product line.

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