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Fast Retailing cuts outlook after Asia strife hits Uniqlo sales

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By Ritsuko Ando

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It's not surprising that on a global level, the South Korean boycott did practically nothing except lose jobs for local South Koreans. Maybe they should really sit down and think thingsa through properly before just haphazardly going on a anti-Japan campaign because the media says so.

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See, people knows , who to side.

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It's not surprising that on a global level, the South Korean boycott did practically nothing except lose jobs for local South Koreans.

Did u even read the article? It clearly says the impact of Korean boycott as one factor lowering the profit forecast. It says nothing about local Korean job losses. Do you use this comment section as ur own propaganda tool?

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Did u even read the article? It clearly says the impact of Korean boycott as one factor lowering the profit forecast. It says nothing about local Korean job losses. Do you use this comment section as ur own propaganda tool?

What is the economic impact of reduced outlooks? Lower recruitment efforts, raise suspensions, and delayed store openings to name a few. The OP likely gave an opinion based on this.

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In Australia Uniqlo are booming, no internal politics dinting sales people like a good product at a decent price.

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