Demand for used luxury items prompts Japan pawnshop startup to launch IPO

The resale of Hermes bags, brand-name jewelry and other luxury items is a thriving industry in Japan, with one critical bottleneck: Building inventory is tough. Sou Inc. offers a solution: pawn shops dedicated only to buying up secondhand merchandise.
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