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Even with all those people flooding into the huge Uniqlo outposts on Fifth Avenue and Broadway, the Japanese retailer still isn't making profits on their US stores. "Although Uniqlo is planning to open dozens of stores per year in the US, in the American market the company faces levels of competition that will require a more robust merchandise model." [Racked]