PERU: Gap announces Latin American expansion plans
By Petah Marian | 29 February 2012
Clothing retailer Gap Inc today (29 February) announced plans to expand in Latin America, opening its first stores in Panama and launching the brand in Colombia, Uruguay and Peru.
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