Most costly shoes gain market share in Italy

The Italian footwear market has undergone a stagnation in sales over the past decade and the only segments to have gained market share have been shoes priced above €140 a pair, while purchases of more economical shoes have declined, according to a survey carried out by Diomedea for the youth ...

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