Apranga is a clothing
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 retail chain in Lithuania
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 and the Baltic states
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It runs stores under various brands, often under franchise agreements, including:
  • Zara, Pull and Bear, Inditex, and Bershka
  • Mango, Stradivarius.
  • Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, and other luxury brands

Apranga is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Vilnius Stock Exchange and is owned by MG Baltic. In 2007, Euromoney ranked it 1st in Lithuania among "Emerging Europe's Best Managed
" In 2009, Apranga made a net loss of 17m LTL
LTL is an international currency code:*Lithuanian litas, the official currency of LithuaniaLTL can also refer to:*Laparosopic Tubal Ligation...

on retail turnover of 393m LTL.

Apranga have 115 stores around the Baltic states:
  • Lithuania: 74
  • Latvia: 31
  • Estonia: 10
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