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Kathmandu opening in Australia first

Staff reporters
Tue, 05 May 2020

Kathmandu said it is slowly re-opening in Australia, with the majority of its Rip Curl and Kathmandu outlets to be open by the end of the week.However back in New Zealand a head office restructure that is expected to save the company $15 million a year has included 34 redundancies. The retailer said it will reopen in New Zealand, North America, Europe, Brazil and Japan as soon as government directives allow. The company has been trading online in all its outlets, with group online sales up 2.5 to 3 percent from April last year.In a market...

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