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July 16, 2012

New Personal Accessories Market Research System Now Available

Euromonitor International is proud to announce the launch of Passport: Personal Accessories. The newly revamped market research system dedicated to tracking personal accessories including bags and luggage, jewellery, watches and writing instruments. Passport: Personal Accessories provides industry players unique and insightful analysis on the consumer dynamics shaping the  future of demand within these segments. 

For more information, visit Euromonitor's Passport: Personal Accessories industry page. 

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