Comment: Luxury no longer immune to macroeconomic pressures
By Petah Marian | 11 September 2012
The luxury sector has largely been a beacon of stability as the rest of the clothing sector has struggled with the shocks provided by the uncertain macroeconomic environment over the past few years.
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