A message spread on WhatsApp in Lebanon .. Popular stores will...

Yesterday, WhatsApp groups in Lebanon posted an image indicating that the Al-Shaya Group intends to close its stores in Lebanon.
The letter stated that stores returning to the establishment offer discounts to customers.
In details, the Al-Shaya Group is one of the largest operating groups in Lebanon, and it includes about 25 leading global brands, and employs thousands of Lebanese men and women.

In an interview with Al-Modon newspaper, the company’s sources denied leaving the Lebanese market, confirming the continuation of certain brands while shrinking its branches to minimum levels such as H&M, The Body shop and Starbucks, and permanently closing other brands such as PinkBerry, American Eagle, and others. Branch managers and employees of the institutions to be closed have been notified.
It is reported that the subsidiaries of Darren International or Alshaya are: H&M, Starbucks, Mothercare, Mac Cosmetics and Foot Locker, Bath & Body works, The Body shop, Pinkberry, American Eagle, Claire`s, Victoria`s Secret Cosmetics and Payless, Castania Nuts, Shake Shack Restaurant, Wallis, Top Shop, Victoria`secret Apparel, Topman, Milano, pbkids, West elm, Dorothy perkins, Wear House, Teavana, Coast.

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