ANALYSIS: H&M says it doesn’t need to smarten up to Zara
By just-style.com | 9 May 2006
Fast fashion companies Zara and H&M are among the brightest stars in Europe's retail landscape. But despite the obvious rivalry between them, the fashion firms are using different strategies to ring up sales. Ivan Castano reports.
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