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Massimo Dutti enters two new markets
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May '09
The format of the Inditex Group has entered the Colombian market with the opening of its first store in Bogotá, located on 82nd street, the most exclusive neighbourhood in the capital , and the Philippine market, by launching its first store in Manila, in Greenbelt Shopping Centre.

Massimo Dutti continues its international expansion with the entry of two new markets: Colombia and the Philippines, thus reaching presence in 41 countries. The Massimo Dutti store in the Philippines is located in Manila, in Greenbelt Shopping Centre, one of the Malls with the highest shopping circulation in the capital where Zara is already present.

As for Colombia, the fist Massimo Dutti store is located on 82 street, the main shopping area in the capital, at the heart of Zona Rosa. This grand opening takes place at the same time as the launching of a Bershka store on the same street, Zara was the first format of the Group to open an outlet on such street at the end of 2008, so the number of Inditex stores in the area amounts to three.

Spread over 600 m2 on two levels, the Massimo Dutti store in Bogotá offers a wide range of goods and accessories for women, men and children. The environmental issue has also been addressed in the store, through several technical solutions which allow for responsible energy consumption.

Inditex, present in Colombia since August 2007, operates in this market with 16 stores from its Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius and Massimo Dutti formats. Bershka and Stradivarius have recently launched a store in Barranquilla, at Buenavista Shopping Centre.

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