SPAIN: Inditex kid’s chain to expand outside Spain
By just-style.com | 13 July 2006
Fashion retail group Inditex is taking its Kiddy's Class children's clothing chain out of Spain for the first time, but will be changing its name to Skhuaban in English-speaking markets.
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