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October 16, 2015
  Retail stores such as H&M and Gap recently opened in India, highlighting a recent influx of international retailers targeting the country. Beneficial economic policies, increased annual disposable income and heightened awareness of international players are all making conditions favorable for these retailers to expand into India. However, a lack of space and high real […]
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February 8, 2014
Brazil has been relatively untapped in the last five years by major multinational apparel companies due to the many entry barriers in the country. Weak infrastructure, high taxation on imports and soaring logistical costs were enough to delay apparel companies until now. Brazil’s economic boom is drawing the likes of Gap, Forever 21 and H&M […]
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March 11, 2013
Market research company Euromonitor International discusses appealing markets for apparel growth.
November 13, 2012
Tackling the US market is key for any apparel company expecting to succeed worldwide. Since Fast Retailing, Uniqlo’s parent company, wants to become the world’s largest clothing company by 2020, Uniqlo’s expansion into the states comes as no surprise. To compete with stores like H&M, Zara and Gap, Uniqlo stores have opened in key US […]
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August 3, 2011
The opening of Forever 21’s flagship store on London’s Oxford Street shows that the company is willing to take on some of the world’s leading players in its bid for global domination. The company first opened stores in the UK, the Philippines and India in 2010, and is now planning a European assault after opening […]
September 30, 2010
Once comfortably ensconced as the world's biggest clothing and footwear specialist retailer, for the past five years Gap Inc has watched its fortunes slide, but finally its strategy is showing a new cohesion.

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