JAPAN: Triumph International cutting store count?
German underwear manufacturer and seller Triumph International is rumoured to be shutting 48 of its Japanese stores before the end of the year.
It will close low-priced outlets and open 20 other stores before the end of 2008, according to Japan's Jiji Press.
Japanese representatives for the company could not be reached for comment this afternoon (23 April).
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