Japanese retailer Uniqlo plans 50 local stores

Japanese fashion chain Uniqlo says it plans to expand quickly in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo is aiming to open 50 stores in Australia within three years, with a final target of around 100, according to Tadashi Yanai, chief executive of parent company Fast Retailing.

Speaking on the eve of Uniqlo’s first Australian store opening in Melbourne, Mr Yanai said the company was looking at additional sites in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, and aimed to expand quickly.

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