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Camelot ends business in Tatarstan
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Camelot ends business in Tatarstan

Camelot leaves Tatarstan: the Moscow office said that it was unprofitable to maintain stores in the republic. This week the branch in Naberezhnye Chelny was closed, and a little earlier - points in the two largest shopping centers in Kazan.

Recall that Camelot is a Russian brand of fashionable youth clothing and footwear. The company was founded in 1997. There are now about 30 stores operating throughout Russia.

Camelot leaves Tatarstan: the Moscow office said it was unprofitable to maintain stores in the republic.
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