luxe lingers

Johnson, Ben
July 2002
Shopping Center World;Jul2002, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the hopes of luxury retailers in the U.S. for a turnaround in sales in the second half of 2002. Expansion of the market for luxury goods; Sales performance of luxury retailers; Competition in the market for luxury goods.


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