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Clothing stores lost up to 90% of revenue due to coronavirus

Clothing stores lost up to 90% of revenue due to coronavirus
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According to a study by the fiscal data operator “OFD Platform”, clothing sales in Russia fell sharply in April 2020. In some regions, the decline was 90%.

According to RIA News, company analysts compared checks for the first half of April and February 2020. The average check for the purchase of clothes has grown: in April the amount of such a purchase amounted to 3 rubles, and in February - 805 rubles. However, despite this, sales fell 2% from the February level.

Clothing purchases in Moscow alone decreased less: the average bill in April amounted to 5 rubles (919 rubles in February). At the same time, sales decreased by 2%. Sales fell due to restrictive measures introduced due to coronavirus and temporary closure of stores.  
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