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as post-Brexit pound hits salesDubai Duty Free cut prices after a weaker pound led to lower airport sales and expects to boost revenue by 5 percent this year, driven by spending by Chinese travelers. Last year, perfumes were the biggest-selling product for Dubai Duty Free with $307 million in sales, followed by alcohol with $295 million and cigarettes with $161 million, the company said earlier this month.The dirham, the currency of the United Arab Emirates where Dubai Duty Free is based, is pegged to the dollar.
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