How to spot the new market basket flyer

HONG KONG – Hong Kong’s most popular market basket flyers are being rolled out in a big way, with a major expansion plan for Hong Kong’s retail sector expected to push the market basket higher over the coming months.

Market basket flyers, as they are known, allow shoppers to enter a basket at the checkout counter and select products, such as cosmetics, to be added to their basket.

They also allow shoppers who do not have the time or space to shop at the counter to shop directly online, making it easier to browse the latest bargains on the Hong Kong market and save money on their purchases.

The latest batch of flyers are set to go live at 9 a.m. on March 29 and go live on March 30, the last day for customers to enter their basket and choose their product, according to the company that makes them.

Many of the flyers are for cosmetic products.

It is the second phase of the company’s plan to expand into other categories, with the aim of becoming a more profitable business.

Basket flyers are used by shoppers who want to shop in bulk and save a lot of money on the average transaction, said Zhang Xiaojuan, the CEO of HUBBERS.

While they are easy to use, they are not as accurate as the prices they advertise online, which is why they are often sold as a discount.

In fact, they will only add up to a percentage of the total price you pay for a product, Zhang said.

People will also be able to shop online through their smartphone or tablet, he said.

The company also aims to increase its sales to other retail sectors in the city, including wholesale and retail.

Zhang said the flyers will be rolled out nationwide.

“We are expanding in areas such as luxury, home goods, clothing and shoes, with plans to expand further into other sectors in future,” he said in an interview.

HUBBers is also targeting its new marketing strategies with new advertising campaigns, including an advertisement in China’s largest newspaper, the People’s Daily.

According to Zhang, the company is also working on a series of new products, including a product called the ‘Flexible Beauty’.

The product is an elastic, flexible tube that is used to hold cosmetics and other products in place.

Its design and construction are flexible enough to hold products up to 12cm (5in) when squeezed, and will be available in different sizes and shapes, he added.

Although the company already sells several cosmetics, including cosmetic tubes, Zhang believes that this will be the biggest launch for its market basket business, with products such as the Flexible Beauty and the Flexable Body products coming soon.

We are not selling anything that is a complete beauty product, he explained.

There is a demand for the product.

We are just launching a product for the people, Zhang added.

Market basket flyer sales reached HK$7 billion ($6.8 billion) in 2016, up from HK$4.3 billion ($3.6 billion) a year earlier, according the latest figures from the Hong Kowloon-based market research firm iResearch Hong Kong.

Last year, the market in Hong Kong accounted for nearly 50 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, making up roughly 45 percent of its economy, according data from the country on the United Nations Convention on Trade in Endangered Species (UNCETS).

The market basket is a basket of goods sold at the same price as a consumer would buy them at a regular supermarket, such that the price is adjusted based on the consumer’s shopping habits and their consumption patterns.

Products sold on the market are generally smaller than those purchased online.

Currently, there are over 5,000 market basket products, according Toei Animation, the Japanese animation company responsible for popular children’s shows such as “Baka the Death of a Dog,” “Pump Up the Volume,” and “Jurassic Park.”