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How Zara nailed fashion retail in India

Jul 03, 2013

How Zara nailed fashion retail in India

Spanish fast-fashion brand Zara has now topped other top apparel brands in India when it comes to average sales per store thanks to its affordable, copycat versions of the latest fashions and trends. #Frontrunner #Zara #Inditex #Zara Stores #Inditex Trent
Post Bangladesh building collapse, big retailers back safety accord

May 14, 2013

Post Bangladesh building collapse, big retailers back safety accord

Some of the world's largest retailers have agreed to a first-of-its-kind pact to improve safety at some of Bangladesh's garment factories following a building collapse that killed more than 1,100 workers in the country last month. #World #Bangladesh #ChangeAgent #Tesco #Tommy Hilfiger #Calvin Klein #Zara #Inditex #H&M #Worker Rights Consortium #Primark
DIPP allows Zara owner to set up Massimo Dutti stores

Sep 17, 2012

DIPP allows Zara owner to set up Massimo Dutti stores

In a move that will bring cheer up Spanish brand Zara, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has done away with the norm that the foreign investor has to own the brand reports CNBC TV 18's Rituparna Bhuyan. #CNBCTV18Exclusive #DIPP #Zara #Massimo Dutti #Inditex #FDI in single brand retail

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DIPP allows Zara owner to set up Massimo Dutti stores

Sep 17, 2014

Inditex Profit Capped by Global Tensions

Political and economic turmoil in some of Inditex's high-growth markets pressured profit and sales in the first half, reflecting a downside to the retail giant's aggressive expansion into Asia and Eastern Europe...
DIPP allows Zara owner to set up Massimo Dutti stores

Sep 17, 2014

Inditex's H1 profit slips but beats forecasts

nditex today posted a smaller than expected 2.4% drop in first-half net profit as strong cost controls helped compensate for negative currency effects...
DIPP allows Zara owner to set up Massimo Dutti stores

Sep 21, 2014

Fashion retailers agree to raise minimum wage in Cambodia

H&M, Zara and Primark among brands offering higher wages for clothing workers amid protests over £62-a-month minimum pay Eight leading fashion retailers have said they are prepared to pay more for clothes made in Cambodia, days after thousands of wor... #Cambodia #United Kingdom #Phnom Penh #H&M #Primark