MILAN — For years the luxury goods industry has been calling China the next big thing. Now there’s some hard data showing just how much potential actually exists there.
The Chinese market, including Hong Kong, for apparel and accessories totaled about $95 billion in 2002, according to figures from Italian consultancy Pambianco presented at a conference here this week.
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