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Chinese consumers focus more on health, safety when buying holiday goods: survey
update:February 07,2021
Feb.7,2021 -- Chinese consumers are putting more emphasis on the health and safety of goods purchased during this year's Spring Festival shopping spree, according to a survey reported by China Youth Daily earlier this week.
The survey, with 2,043 respondents, shows that 62.8 percent of those surveyed will focus more on the health and safety of goods, and close to 80 percent of them said they will choose online shopping platforms this year.
The survey also found that more than 60 percent of the respondents will try to reduce close contact with others, and 36 percent will check the quarantine certificate and trace information of imported goods.
The Spring Festival falls on Feb. 12 this year. To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic, Chinese authorities have encouraged the public to avoid long-distance travel during the holiday.
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