Europe's luxury fashion industry maintains its integrity
By Peter Da Costa | 23 November 2011
Some of the biggest names in fashion have been told by European Union (EU) industry commissioner Antonio Tajani that their design and craftsmanship would enable the sector to hold its own in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.
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