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Valentine's Day brings business

2012-02-08 13:05:38 GMT2012-02-08 21:05:38(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Florists are busy preparing for the upcoming Valentine's Day in Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province, hoping to take advantage of the great opportunity to make more money on Feb 7, 2012. [Photo / CFP]

Florists are busy preparing for the upcoming Valentine's Day in Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province, hoping to take advantage of the great opportunity to make more money on Feb 7, 2012. [Photo / CFP]

A BMW car decorated with chocolate is presented at a department store in Shanghai on Feb 7, 2012. Many businesses are busy preparing for the upcoming Valentine's Day, which falls on Feb 14. [Photo / CFP]

A department store in Shanghai sells chocolates with a Valentine's Day theme on Feb 7, 2012. Many businesses are busy preparing for the upcoming Valentine's Day, which falls on Feb 14. [Photo / CFP]

Many businesses are busy preparing for the upcoming Valentine's Day, which falls on Feb 14, hoping to take advantage of the great opportunity to make more money.

Affected by the rising labor and transportation costs, prices of flowers have increased by 20 to 30 percent from a year ago.

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