Businessman Tito Bessa Junior, owner of the TNG fashion chain, left the presidency of Ablos (the association that brings together smaller retailers in shopping malls) to focus on restructuring his company, which filed for bankruptcy protection last month. Bessa Junior, who led the sector’s movements in the pandemic, leaves his position but remains at Ablos.
Entering the place is businessman Mauro Francis, owner of a chain of party clothing stores called Marília Marques, with seven units in six states.
The first flag raised by Francis will be the pressure to switch from the IGP-M to the IPCA in the tug of war between shopkeepers and commercial property owners around the index for rent correction.
with Mariana Grazini e Andressa Motter
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