Opinion on Clothing in France

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PPR: luxury not crisis resistant

With sales of E20.2 billion, 2008 looks like the last good year before the global crisis starts to affect sales at French giant PPR. Electricals and furniture sales have already been impacted by the slowdown in mature markets, and luxury will not prove immune to the downturn. As a result, PPR is positioning itself to survive difficult conditions in 2009.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Feb 2009
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Mango: menswear range bears fruit as retailer plans international expansion

Mango is expanding its menswear concept, following successful trials in a selection of its stores since March 2008, and has opened its first store under the new HE fascia. The Spanish clothing retailer is focusing on a multi-format strategy to drive growth in these woeful times, and its extensive international expansion and experience abroad provide a solid platform for developing new concepts.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Oct 2008
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PPR: 'for sale' sign over Fnac?

Following the disposal of its department store chain Printemps earlier this year, it appears that PPR, the French retail and luxury goods conglomerate, is now considering selling another of its businesses. While Fnac makes the largest contribution to group revenue there are sound financial reasons for PPR focusing on its luxury goods division.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Sep 2006

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