Jewelry That’s Coming to America

Overseas-based manufacturers are betting on the maturity of U.S. consumers to give their brands a boostFor a while there, America looked like it was going to be a long-term pariah on the international stage. It was 2008 and the floor had just fallen out of the U.S. economy. Overseas brands that had once staked their future growth on the American consumer had grown disillusioned with the national credit crisis and the spectacle of mismanagement it revealed, and instead set their sights on consumers in more promising luxury markets abroad: China, India, even Brazil.But then, the presumptive narrative took a twist. During the past year, growth in the United States—while by no means blockbuster—has been slow and steady. Coupled with a downturn in the Chinese luxury market and continued troubles in the euro zone, the relative strength and reliability of the U.S. market has again forced br

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