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Tourism Woes Threaten Retail

Luxury retailers have come to depend on foreign travelers. Losing them could hurt.
Tiffany’s flagship is one of many stores that rely on foreign tourists.

THE LAST THING beleaguered high-end U.S. retailers need right now is for another big chunk of their customer base to go AWOL.

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