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WATCHES-LADIES/
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April 06, 2014
Faubourg woman's wrist watches are displayed at the exhibition stand of French Hermes' watch unit, La...
Basel, Switzerland
Faubourg woman's wrist watches are displayed at the La Montre Hermes exhibition stand at the Baselworld...
Faubourg woman's wrist watches are displayed at the exhibition stand of French Hermes' watch unit, La Montre Hermes, at the Baselworld fair in Basel March 27, 2014. The bulk of the $50-billion Swiss watch market has for years been aimed at wealthy men drawn to high-tech, gadget-loaded timepieces they can wear as status symbols. But, faced with only single digit growth prospects, top brands are looking to the other 50 percent of the population for inspiration. A trend for bulkier watches, and a boom in jewellery sales have lifted levels of interest, which has also been driven by a growing middle-class female customer base in China. To match story WATCHES-LADIES/ Picture taken on March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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