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How to rein in retailers who don’t pay suppliers on time

OPINION

Supermarkets should also have security deposits with the aforementioned association based on an agreed percentage of revenue

How to rein in retailers who don’t pay suppliers on time

By Ali Amersi | 1 year ago

Retail sector is crying for players to hit reset button

Retail sector is crying for players to hit reset button

Data seems to suggest our services sector is now more than 50 per cent of GDP and growing. By extension, retail should be doing well.

XN Iraki | 1 year ago

Errors that have turned Kenya into a retailers’ graveyard

Woes facing Tuskys Supermarket shows how the family-owned retailer is following a familiar script that has seen Nakumatt and Uchumi bow out.

Wainaina Wambu | 1 year ago

Choppies’ bid to stop case with former employees flop

Struggling retail chain Choppies Supermarket has failed in its bid to stop a case in which it has been sued by former employees.

Ann Atieno | 1 year ago

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