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While the rest of fashion is moving online, Primark is sticking to its stores

Marc Bain
People queue to enter a Primark store as it is re-opening following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak

On June 15, when non-essential retailers in England reopened for the first time since the country imposed a lockdown in late March, it unleashed a wave of pent up demand. At Primark, a Dublin-based clothing retailer, giant lines formed to enter its stores. For many shoppers eager to buy its super-cheap clothes, it was the…

 

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