just-style management briefing: Latin America luxury market could overtake China
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 1 August 2012
It's no secret that China continues to steal the bulk of the world's luxury apparel and goods sales, accounting for some 50% of the total. But with China's growth rate forecast to slow in 2016, luxury houses could be forced to expand in other markets - with Latin America topping that list.
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