Zara Looks to Asia for GrowthBy
It's about 7:30 p.m. in Hong Kong and a Zara store is packed with locals and tourists looking for stylish clothes as they take shelter from the heavy rain outside. Among them is Hong Kong resident Janice Chan, who comes to Zara twice a week and spends between $50 and $65 each time. "The quality is quite good and you have so many choices that you always find what you need," says the 22-year-old Chan.
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