ANALYSIS: Asia holds the key to Ralph Lauren future
By Richard Woodard | 5 August 2010
A better-than-expected set of first quarter results will have pleased the powers that be at Polo Ralph Lauren, but it's what happens next which holds the most interest for the US company.
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