A number of luxurious shopping centres in Vietnam are facing slow sales and even closing as they fail to meet customers’ changing demand. On the same day, Parkson Viet Tower closed after eight years in Hanoi. This is the third Parkson venue that had to close in the capital. Shopping centres fails to attract customers A week before their close, many shops at the Taka Plaza 2 are offering big discounts of up to 50% but there were few customers, even ahead of the Christmas and New Year shopping season. At an underwear shop, the shop owner, Nguyen Sinh, said that her business is very difficult here. “I’ve been running the shop since the centre opened,” Sinh said. “It has never been easy attracting customers here but it is becoming more difficult. I’ve lost over VND100 million investing in this shop.” According to some shop owners, Taka Plaza 2 was once expected to become a busy mall in HCM City but then many had to leave due to slow sales. Not only Taka Plaza 2, but the same gloomy situation can be seen at many other shopping malls in HCM City including the Saigon Square 3, Lucky Plaza and Saigon…
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