In China, retailers cash in on 'she' economy for Women's Day
Thursday, 8 March 2018 BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese retailers are cashing in on International Women's Day, offering coupons and discounts on sportswear, cosmetics and healthcare to get women to spend more, dubbing the day "Queens' Day" and "Goddesses' Day".
Retailers in China are urging women to celebrate International Women’s Day with a shopping spree, but activists say the country should be using the occasion to talk about problems like sexual harassment. Anita Li reports.
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