Kingfisher


Positive momentum maintained in Q3 FY20/21

19/11/20 -"In Q3 FY20/21, Kingfisher continued to benefit from the DIY-boosting pandemic – its lfl revenue increased 17.4% yoy with a massive 153% yoy growth in the e-commerce channel. Even during the first two ..."

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19/11/20
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