Up to half of Moscow’s shoe stores may not reopen

Between 35 to 50 percent of Moscow’s footwear stores are likely not to resume trading after the lifting of the lockdown in the Russian capital due to the impact of the economic crisis and online competition, according to the local think tank Fashion Research Group.

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