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Unsurprisingly, the Times reports that retail in Manhattan is booming, however, outer boroughs aren't having quite the same luck. According to the article, per capita retail sales in the Bronx are less than half the national average, whereas in Manhattan, they're significantly higher. Naturally, much of that spending is attributed to tourists. Click through to read the rest of the stats. [NYT]