International analysis: Gap’s focus on product brings back US shoppers

Putting aside international, Gap’s turnaround is showing positive results

Gap’s US turnaround continues its upward trajectory. Gap reported net sales for the year ending February 2 reached $15.65bn (£9.7bn), compared with $14.55bn (£9bn) for full-year 2011.

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