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Bloomberg is reporting that the Spanish fast-fashion chain Mango has adapted Zara's well-documented methods for success—namely crazy short production cycles, trend-driven styles, and wildly affordable prices. Mango says they've cut prices by about 20% across the board. [Racked National]