By  on April 14, 2014

MILAN — Rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine and growing pressure from the international community against Russia’s annexation of Crimea are not stopping Gucci from directly entering the Russian retail market.

The luxury fashion group also has plans to open two wholly owned stores in Moscow in the second half of the year. One unit will be located in the Gum department store, while the other, a four-level flagship, will be in upscale shopping hub Petrovka Street.

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