MEXICO CITY — French perfumery chain Sephora hopes to close this year with two dozen stores in Latin America, where it continues to pin its fortunes on the fast-growing economies of Mexico and Brazil.
“We hope to finish the year with 10 stores in Mexico and 14 in Brazil, to have 24 in the region,” the brand’s vice president for Latin America Paula Larroque told WWD. “We will continue to focus our expansion in Mexico and Brazil, where we have a lot of potential and where we are very happy.”
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