Australian discount department store retailer Target could see up to 75 of its stores being closed and many others converted to another of its owner’s banners. Over 1,000 jobs will be affected, owner Wesfarmers said.
After a two-month lockdown, the stores on Paris’s Champs-Elysées avenue opened again at 10 am on Monday, some with their customary queues outside, though the usual throngs of foreign tourists were sadly missing.
The livelihoods of millions of Asian garment workers are in jeopardy after cancellations by top fashion brands, with unions, researchers and campaigners warning coronavirus could lead to a rollback of labour rights.
The data firm, which counts fashion brands including Zara, Mango, Chloé, Puma, Boohoo and Tommy Hilfiger as customers, provides a platform that helps retailers optimise their buying and merchandising decisions.