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Topshop Will Cautiously Go Where Zara, Uniqlo Won't: US Malls

February 19, 2013
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Zara has made it clear that it's not headed to Middle America, USA, anytime soon. "The United States is a graveyard of European retailers," the company said recently. "Everyone who has gone there has struggled." Uniqlo reiterated that sentiment, saying the Japanese company is more likely to open a second shop in San Francisco before heading to Los Angeles, and definitely before heading to Chicago. But now Topshop will cautiously go where other fast-fashion chains across either pond won't....

 

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