The LVMH group claims that sales of its brands in...

The LVMH group claims that sales of its brands in Italy to domestic customers have decreased by 20 percent following the introduction of new Italian legislation to combat tax evasion, which bans cash payments over €1,000. The new regulation entered into force on Feb. 1, 2012, and was strongly opposed ...

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