The turnover of British retailers fell by 4.5% in May, ballasted by low temperatures, is the biggest drop of clothing sales within the country since July 2015.
The country holds for now the export business of the United States in Latin America, with an open conflict between both countries that can affect the tariff systems.
The Latin American country was the first to approve the new T-Mec, waiting for the United States and Canada to ratify it in their respective senates.
The Hong Kong tourist spends the most in European stores, with an average per transaction of 1,015 euros, followed by the Vietnamese, with 986 euros, according to Planet Shopper.
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