JAPAN: International Push For Uniqlo
By just-style.com | 11 June 2001
Tadashi Yanai, founder and president of Fast Retailing, told Kyodo News that he plans to expand the popular Uniqlo chain internationally. "We plan to open new stores domestically at an annual pace of 100 outlets and expand abroad starting with three to four stores in London this autumn. "In the future, we want to enter all major markets worldwide, including the United States and France," Yanai said.
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