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Old April 6th, 2019, 01:07 AM
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Default 3,000 Stores Closing = More Supply Chains/More Choices/More Competition Being Cut Off

3,000 Stores Closing = More Supply Chains/More Choices/More Competition Being Cut Off

Excerpt: “In the post-digital era, only the strong will survive. Darwin would love this,” said one retail analyst as JCPenney, Payless, LifeWay Announce 3,000+ Combined Store Closures.

Retail job cuts for January and February total 41,201, said research firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas in a new survey, including nationwide retailers such as Payless and Charlotte Russe.

- moneymaven.io



Instead of looking at these massive amounts of store closures as evil capitalism, look at it from the angle that capitalism is being abused by power-brokers in order to cut off and limit supply chains to consumers in order to create one centralized supply chain for everyone.

So instead of the many stores that we used to pick from, there will be one system that supplies everything to us.

I wouldn't be surprised if Amazon, the favored one, became the supplier in this scenario.
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