JAPAN: Aeon to close 100 apparel stores
By just-style.com | 30 April 2009
Japanese retailer Aeon Co has confirmed to just-style reports in the Japanese press that it plans to close 100 of its casual women's apparel outlets this year as part of ongoing restructuring of its store business.
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