SPAIN: Clothing resilient as retail boom ends
By just-style.com | 20 May 2008
The Spanish retail boom of recent years has come to an abrupt end after the country's rapid house price inflation has gone into reverse - but the fallout for the clothing market is likely to be less severe than other sectors according to new research.
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