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Published on July 13th, 2015

Unlike other western rivals, the Spanish fast-fashion retailer has used the franchise model to build a presence in china, where it is now opening bigger stores, in line with its…

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Unlike other western rivals, the Spanish fast-fashion retailer has used the franchise model to build a presence in china, where it is now opening bigger stores, in line with its...

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