Zaras Indian partner Tata is building its own apparel empire at half price – Business Standard

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Ari Altstedter | Bloomberg  Last Updated at June 24, 2019 21:07 IST
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For nearly a decade, Tata Group has been Inditex SA’s partner running Zara stores in India. Now, the country’s largest conglomerate is building its own apparel empire as trend-focused as Zara — but at half the price.
Its retail arm, Trent Ltd., has fine tuned its local supply chain to deliver “extreme fast fashion” which can get runway styles to customers in just 12 days, the same compressed timeline that’s turned Inditex into a $90 billion empire. Zara owner, the world’s largest apparel retailer, is known for its lightning-quick product …
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