FRANCE: David Tang Opens First European Store
The Tang label, which is majority-owned by Swiss luxury group Richemont, currently operates 15 boutiques worldwide, primarily in Asia.
But, as Tang explained, "If you want to be a world brand you have to be in Paris."
The decision to enter Europe was also driven by a SARS-driven sales slump in Asia over the past year.
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