Richemont Is Undergoing A Revolution. Will It Be Enough?
Limei Hoang | April 13, 2021
The recent moves by Richemont to strengthen its e-commerce and fashion offering, all point to a shift in strategy for the luxury group, but will these changes be enough to help Richemont better compete with its luxury peers LVMH and Kering?
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