The Swedish trading company H&M, which announced its withdrawal from the Russian market, began to supply stores in Russia with a collection from Kazakhstan, which is just being prepared for sale.
This is reported by Izvestia, citing a source close to the company's management, although H&M said they were only selling stock.
The source of the publication indicated that the retailer intends to stay on the Russian market for as long as possible and for this he organized deliveries to the country and Kazakhstan. In addition, the number of employees in warehouses has increased. The new collection is not yet presented in stores.
Earlier it became known that on November 30, all H&M stores in the country would close, and 30 days before this date, employment contracts with all employees would be terminated. However, 3-4 flagship stores of the Swedish company will continue to operate in the country after November 30th.
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