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More than 60 online stores across Australia have pulled the plug on their stock, which had been offered for purchase online through the Australian Department of Commerce’s Online Purchasing System.
While the retailers, which include retailers including Lulu, Boots and Woolworths, have not said when they will reopen, many of them have shut down entirely or reduced their stock in recent weeks.
“It’s been pretty brutal,” a spokesperson for Woolworth’s said.
“Woolworths has done the best it can with the stock it has.
In the last six months Woolworth has sold only one of our stores and that was at a time when the Australian dollar was doing well and that’s when the stock got down.””
But the reality is the Australian economy is in a very bad state and the online shopping market is a very difficult one to get into.”
In the last six months Woolworth has sold only one of our stores and that was at a time when the Australian dollar was doing well and that’s when the stock got down.
“Woolies stock is now back online, and will reopen in time for Christmas.
But it’s not just Woolies.
The National Retailers Association (NRMA) has warned that online shopping has become a “very difficult” market for retailers, with many of its members closing stores and cutting back on spending.
While online shopping is popular, the industry is “in a tough place”, the association said in a report published in May.”
We believe retailers are in a much stronger position than in the past and the fact they are getting a lot more support from the Government to help them out is very good news,” it said.
In an effort to combat the downturn, online retailers are looking to sell items online, but it has led to shortages of goods.
Some retailers are offering a discount to customers who buy their online orders from outside the country, with the NRMA urging retailers to “stay away” from the practice.
The NRMA’s CEO Rob Chivers said online retailers were “selling out of goods”.”
The online retailers we’re concerned about are selling more and more and they are selling out of their stock,” he said.
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