MEXICO: Aeropostale to enter market with first stores
The first standalone store will open in Sante Fe Mall in Mexico City
Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale is to open standalone and brand stores in Mexico through a licensing agreement with Distribuidora Liverpool.
The company, which operates more than 1,000 stores, said it will start opening branded shop-in-shops in Liverpool department stores across Mexico starting this summer, in addition to rolling out standalone stores.
The first standalone store is expected to open in Sante Fe Mall in Mexico City.
Commenting on the launch, CEO Thomas Johnson said: "We consider Mexico a pivotal market as we look at our overall global expansion strategy."
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