By  on September 21, 2012

MEXICO CITY — Gap hopes to roll out around 30 stores in Latin America by 2014, when it also plans to enter Brazil as it embarks on an “exciting” expansion spree across the region, the chain’s vice president of strategic alliances Stefan Laban revealed to WWD.

He added Latin America’s growth potential is second to Asia for the U.S. retailer, which has been scrambling to boost its presence around the world amid sluggish sales.

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