just-style management briefing: BRICM countries offer new retail potential
By just-style.com | 1 June 2011
The BRICM countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and Mexico) have long been regarded as sources of cheap quality fabrics and clothes. But as they grow wealthier they are increasingly being regarded as vital international export markets too.
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