EU footwear: facts and figures
True to its name, globalisation has affected all sectors and industries the world over. Footwear is no exception and 1999 (for which final figures are now available), proved a year of change. Phillip Urban, spokesperson for the Brussels-based European Confederation of the Footwear Industry, looks at the European industry's performance in 1999 and the early part of 2000.
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