By  on June 18, 2014

NEW YORK — Uniqlo is ripe for expansion.

With only 20 stores in the U.S., the Japanese retailer will nearly double its fleet in the fall when it launches 18 units in eight weeks. That’s a more aggressive schedule than last fall’s 10 store openings, Larry Meyer, chief executive officer of Uniqlo USA, told an audience at the Japan Society here Tuesday. Meyer’s speech was titled, “Spreading Japanese Fast Fashion to the World: Uniqlo’s International Growth Strategy,” but he spoke more about the U.S.

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