Gap Inc. believes it can more than triple its business in China to more than $1 billion in the next three years — and India could be its next target.
During Gap Inc.’s annual investor meeting in San Francisco Wednesday, Jeff Kirwan, the company’s president for Greater China, noted that store expansion, including efforts to penetrate the country’s fast-growing outlet channel, and the large and acquisitive population of Internet users will help the firm achieve its objectives in the world’s most populous nation.
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