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    Spanish fashion makes it to the Wired Top 40

    Inditex, a fashion (and lately home equipment) company from Galicia (north-western Spain) has made it to the Wired Top 40. It's actually #38, so it's almost not-there, nice to see it anyways. Wired says:
    The Spanish company relies on a globally integrated supply chain to cut costs and time to market.

    This firm includes several fashion outlets such as Zara and Massimo Dutti; in fact, it's one of the things from Spain you see almost everywhere you go in Europe. Zara is rather for teenagers, so I've not there for a long time (very long time indeed, and still about 4-5 years to go), and it's even got imitators in the Swedish firm H&M.
    Besides, I've heard that the city where I live, Granada, is kind of a lab for new Zara designs, since it has a huge student population. So, indirectly, Wired is talking about Granada. Woohoo!

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