SPAIN: Adolfo Dominguez closes 59 stores on EUR3.5m loss
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 19 January 2010
Adolfo Dominguez has posted a EUR3.5m (US$5m) loss for the first nine months of its fiscal year and closed 59 stores in a scramble to restructure its business in Spain's deep recession.
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