Focus: Apparel internet retail in Australia (Part II) - global e-tailers lead the charge
By Euromonitor International | 26 April 2012
In the second of a two-part series, Euromonitor International analyst Bettina Kurnik identifies the appeal of offshore e-tailers over their Australian counterparts, and reviews the way forward for local apparel specialist retailers.
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