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Mar 11, 2020
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Italy's Benetton closes directly-managed shops in Italy over virus

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Published
Mar 11, 2020

Italian clothing chain Benetton Group said on Wednesday it would close all its directly-managed shops in Italy for two weeks starting from Thursday in an effort to protect both employees and customers against coronavirus.


Benetton - FW2020 - Milan - Photo : Benetton Group



On Monday the government placed the whole of Italy under lockdown until next month to try to beat the virus outbreak in Europe's worst-affected country.

Benetton Group's move mirrors a similar decision taken by other Italian chains including fashion retailer Calzedonia and sports apparel retailer Cisalfa.



 

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