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Earlier this year, Boston buzzed with word of a potential Uniqlo store, bringing up many questions about the Japanese retailer filling its void in our region. When? Where? How big? According to WWD, the brand (known for its high-performance basics) is keeping mum until after Christmas about a specific expansion plan. Already numerous locations have opened up in the Bay Area and New Jersey, but Boston is still waiting for an official announcement. Here's a reason to remain optimistic: COO Larry Meyer asserts that Uniqlo will introduce 20 more stores in 2014.
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