R.F.Wilson reports a novel idea change entry fees retail trade Retail Christmas London Department store Business Retail Trade Business and Economy Foreign direct investment from London The Retail Barometer: needle swings towards a trend for pop up stores (thewindowdisplay.wordpress.com) when you go shopping and encounter hordes of people who just browse and have no intention of buying anything?
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It has come to a point when half of the bloody customers in department stores buy nothing Move over Zara, more global brands hit city (theage.com.au) just browse. You can even see couples holding hands, cruising about in department stores, thinking that this constitutes ‘a day out’.
As a result large stores are overwhelmed by crowds of people who create all sorts of problems for dedicated shoppers. Retail trade rose 0.5 in Sept (news.smh.com.au) other suggestions include Run a successful department store business with ChainDrive (chaindrive.com). Why, why do they have to come during this intense period when millions of people become all religious and look for junk to give to each other at Christmas?
Far Eastern Department Stores shares jump on SOGO ruling (wantchinatimes.com) can’t they stay away from the shops at least for a while? It’s the same, by the way, with drivers who leave their homes during the school run, going nowhere in particular and creating even more congestion.
It is because they can clearly see why people see a Parliament stalemate to continue till govt debates FDI: Venkaiah (thehindu.com) and stay out of the way? What the hell is wrong with them?
Australian retail trade relatively unchanged in Oct. (nzweek.com) don’t want to get into hand-to-hand combat in order to purchase things. MNI US Retail Trade Indicator 62.8 Thru Nov 3 Vs 60.0 (forexlive.com)
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And while we’re on the subject of paid entrance fees, why not introduce it in Tate Modern? A novel idea change entry fees retail trade Retail Christmas London Department store Business Retail Trade Business and Economy Foreign direct investment A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs.