Online sales grew 74 percent over the first half.
Footfall was down, but conversion rates were up as shoppers released pent-up demand for kid’s clothes, homewares and sporting goods.
Sixty-six global industry organizations signed the appeal, which came the same day leading retailers, brands and unions agreed form a working group to help develop support for apparel manufacturers.
The retailer has three main logistic hubs in Spain, located in Madrid, Zaragoza and Arteixo, A Coruña, where it has its global headquarters.
The Swedish fast-fashion retailer plans to open its first store in Panama by the end of the year.
Fast-fashion retailer Cuidado con el Perro, or Beware of the Dog, owned by the Kalach textiles group, is forecast to register growth of 10 percent in 2019.
Online services were added in South Africa, Colombia, the Philippines and Ukraine.
Fabrice Houdart stressed how consumers, investors and employees can sway companies to further LGBTQ rights.
The Zara owner signed an agreement with the global labor union federation IndustriALLl at ILO headquarters in Geneva.
Zara expanded its online to Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Indonesia, Serbia and Israel over the first half.