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February and March 2020: the lockdown of the Chinese weighs on the zero-rating market in France and Europe

February and March 2020: the lockdown of the Chinese weighs on the zero-rating market in France and Europe

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The Covid-19 epidemic and the ensuing closure of international borders played a major role in the decline in zero-rated purchases in February in Europe. In March 2020, the impact on international spending accelerated considerably following the containment measures implemented in many European destinations.

The tax-free market in France in February and March 2020

 

A popular destination for international travelers, France saw the zero-rated purchases of these tourists begin to decrease in February, then massively in March 2020, due to the epidemic of Covid-19.

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