Here’s how much you can expect to pay to buy wholesale clothes on the Irish market.
Source: Irish Independent / Alamy Stock Photo 1 of 13 Buy this photo A clothing shop sells clothing at the Irish Retail Market in Dublin, on March 26, 2017.
A clothing store sells clothing on the Indian Ocean island of Oceania on March 25, 2017, after a deal between a global retailer and the country’s largest clothing manufacturer expired.
In April, the company was ordered to pay €3.5 million in a case brought by the Government to protect its business model.
The retailer also faces criminal charges over its failure to pay the Government a minimum of €6 million for an agreement to sell goods to consumers from November to December last year.
Irish Retail Sales: The Goods That Pay the Bills, by Andrew McAllister, is published by John Murray.
This article was first published on May 13, 2018.