SPAIN: Mango "reduces prices by 20%"
By Petah Marian | 6 March 2012
Spanish fashion retailer Mango has reportedly revealed plans to reduce its prices by 20% on average on its spring/summer collection as part of attempts to "adapt to the new world economic situation."
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