Mango, the Spanish womenswear chain, has now expanded into 106 countries after opening its first store in Sri Lanka.
The retailer, which now has 2,400 stores in 106 countries, opened its first store in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo last Friday (February 17).
In a statement the retailer said: “Mango is pursuing its international expansion and staying true to its aim of being present in each of the main cities in the world with the opening of its first store in Sri Lanka.”
Mango launched in Spain in 1984 but in 2010 its stores outside of Spain accounted for 81% of its €1.27bn (£1.06bn) turnover.
Last year Mango announced plans to increase its store portfolio in China, with a target of opening at least 500 stores in China by 2016.