The average price of shoes sold in the Italian shoe...

The average price of shoes sold in the Italian shoe shops increased by about 3 percent on avarage in 2005, according to a survey conducted by Federcalzature, the Italian shoe retailers’ association. This trend is somewhat strange, considering the recent decline in the price of imported shoes, but it may ...

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