Bullish on Brazil

December 2016
Value Retail News;Dec2016, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article talks about the expansion of middle class and designer brands in market of Brazil, and mentions about famous outlets opened in Brazil such as Outlet Premium Sao. Topics discussed include views of General Shopping Brasil's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Alexandre Lopes Dias, on the behavior of Brazilian retailers; opening of outlet centers by mall developer Iguatemi in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; and views of Iguatemi CEO Carlos Jereissati, on the same.


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