Lane Crawford Plots Chinese Expansion

April 2013
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;4/ 1/2013, Vol. 205 Issue 65, p1
Trade Publication
The article profiles fashion retailer Lane Crawford, which has announced its plans to expand into China by opening stores in Shanghai and Chengdu in 2013. Topics include why president Andrew Keith is interested in the Chinese retail market despite evidence of its slow growth, why Chinese consumers are hesitant about electronic commerce (e-commerce), and the company's presence in its home country of Hong Kong.


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