Asos focuses on more lucrative international sales
By Petah Marian | 3 November 2011
UK-based online fashion retailer Asos plans to focus its energies on its international business, with CEO Nick Robertson today (3 November) revealing that its overseas sales are worth 30-40% more than domestic ones.
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