Skechers Starts To Make Money In Europe

The US lifestyle footwear company is finally beginning to get a return on investment from the establishment of directly owned subsidiaries in most of the major European countries. Even the youngest subsidiary, the Italian one, is slightly ahead of plan for its 2nd season. France is the only European country ...

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