RUSSIA/CIS: Adidas sees sales of EUR1bn by 2013
By Leonie Barrie | 10 October 2011
German sporting goods company Adidas is eyeing a double-digit percentage rise in annual sales in the Russia/CIS region over the next three years - and expects this to be its third largest market behind the US and China thanks to strong consumer spending and a raft of new stores.
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