Upswing for Sa Sa International New Year sales

With more tourists from the mainland, cosmetic retailer Sa Sa International Holdings saw a 3.5 per cent upswing in sales in Hong Kong and Macau during the Lunar New Year (January 28 to February 3).

It says there were 10.7 per cent more transactions by tourists from China, while the average value of each transaction shrank by 4.6 per cent.

Sales to local customers also decreased, by 3.3 per cent, according to the company’s preliminary figures.
Hong Kong Immigration Department says there was a 12.9 per cent increase in the number of Hong Kong residents travelling overseas through the airport during the Lunar New Year period.

Sasa chairman/CEO Kwok Siu Ming Simon says that as the group’s sales performance during the period had been affected by several factors, the figures may not reflect overall performance.


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