SWEDEN: KappAhl to exit Czech Republic
By Katie Smith | 14 October 2013
Swedish fashion chain KappAhl is to close its five stores in the Czech Republic, saying a deterioration in the market has made it impossible to post a profit "within a reasonable timescale."
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