Confident it can crack the $300 billion US clothing and shoes market where many other foreign retailers have failed, Britain's Primark is ready to raise its bet on the country by securing new sources of fast fashion in central America.

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Primark: Primark is an Irish clothing retailer, operating in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Ireland , Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The company's main headquarters are in Dublin they are a subsidiary of British food processing company ABF. Primark first opened in June 1969 in Mary Stre