The Angolan tourists continue to have the largest market share when it comes to shopping tourism in Portugal. According to data from Global Blue Portugal, the Angolan market represents the largest slice of ‘globeshoppers’ (someone who considers shopping a fundamental element in their travels), with a 44% share, followed by Brazilians, with 24%, Chinese and Russians with 6% similarly to 2012. One of the novelties is the market share of Mozambican tourists, who count with 3%. 17% of globeshoppers in Portugal are of other nationalities. Compared to 2012, when 450 million euros in purchases made by globeshoppers in Portugal were recorded, the biggest growth in number of purchases was in the Chinese market, with 129 percent, followed by Russia with a 15 percent increase, Angola with 12 percent and Brazil with 6 percent. According to Global Blue, Lisbon and Porto continue to be the preferred destinations for shopping and among the main products purchased by shopping tourists are fashion items, followed by watches and jewellery.