MILAN — They are style conscious, looking for something special and they’re worth an estimated $10 billion.
It’s tough to pin down data on the European denim market in this culturally diverse continent spanning from Copenhagen to Crete. Anxious to protect their corporate clients, data banks and researchers don’t willingly divulge the details on these countries and their customers. Adding to this lack of transparency, many jeans manufacturers here are small, privately held companies that release few financial figures.
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