Adidas says it will sell a lot of Nike products, but not all of them


Adidas is not a big seller on the U.S. market.

But the company has plans to diversify its offerings, with a goal to sell more than 10 million pairs of its most popular shoes this year.

That would represent about a third of Adidas’ total footwear sales.

Adidas also has a presence in Europe, with some brands including the popular “Shoes” and “Menswear” collections.

And in China, the company will start selling shoes in the first quarter of 2019.

The move to sell fewer Nike products is part of a broader effort by the company to cut down on spending.

Last year, Adidas said it would sell just over 20 percent of its footwear in the U, and said it plans to cut its sales to just over 10 percent this year, down from the current 10 percent.

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