Poland’s largest clothing retailer plans to invest in logistics and automation and may increase prices in a bid to improve margins and combat higher labour costs.
In February, LPP, a Polish rival to international retailers such as H&M and Inditex, said it planned to open more shops in smaller towns, saying that in larger ones consumers are more aware of the effect of the fashion industry on the environment and are buying less.
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