Luxury fibres and fabrics: High-end markets underpin profits
By Lee Adendorff | 1 November 2012
Despite the financial storm clouds that have disrupted Europe's economy over the past few years, the continent's luxury apparel sector has proved remarkably resilient, with global demand for their products rising.
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