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Montrealers embracing Black Friday, Cyber Monday sales

蒙特婁民眾響應「黑色星期五」和「網路星期一」特賣

· 每日跟讀單元 Daily English

When it comes to Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, it took some time for Quebec retailers to really start following the lead of their American counterparts. But a new survey shows that more and more Quebecers are embracing the sales that have become the unofficial kickoff to the holiday season.

說到特賣節日「黑色星期五」和「網路星期一」,加拿大魁北克的零售商可是花了些時日才真正開始追隨美國同行的腳步。然而,最新調查顯示,愈來愈多魁北克人響應這些已成為非正式「假日季節」開端的特賣節日。

Market research company L’Observateur surveyed 950 Quebec consumers in the first week of November to find out just how popular the shopping trend has gotten in the province. Michelle Rivard, president of the firm, says the percentage of Quebecers who take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales has jumped by 20 per cent over last year. "What we found this year is that consumers tell us that they will spend approximately $342 on average, which makes $946 million of spending that will occur from today until next Monday."

11月首週,市場研究公司「觀察家」調查950名魁北克消費者,了解這些購物風潮在該地區有多受歡迎。總經理米歇爾.利瓦特說,魁北克人響應「黑色星期五」和「網路星期一」的百分比,比去年大幅增加20%。「我們今年發現,消費者的預期平均消費金額約342美元,也就是說自黑色星期五至網路星期一,總消費額將達到9億4600萬美元。」

Source article: http://iservice.ltn.com.tw/Service/english/english.php?engno=1155349&day=2017-11-27

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