Mol startet in Deutschland

Hertmanni, Brigitte
January 2010
Textilwirtschaft;1/7/2010, Issue 1, p59
The article presents information about the expansion of the Turkish discount clothing retailer Mol in Germany. Topics mentioned include Mol's business volume, marketing strategies, and product assortment.


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