The financial results of the major men's clothing companies for the year ending March are that the demand for suits has fallen due to the spread of telecommuting due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, and the final profit and loss of all three major companies is large. It became a deficit.

Of these, AOKI Holdings posted a deficit of 143.1 billion yen and a final loss of 11.9 billion yen, a decrease of 20.6% from the previous year, for the first time since its listing in 1987.



In addition, "Aoyama Trading" had a record deficit of 38.8 billion yen, and "Haruyama Holdings" had a final deficit of 4.8 billion yen, the past two since the fiscal year ended March 2009, which was affected by the Lehman shock. It was the second largest deficit.



In addition, "KONAKA" had a final deficit of 2.7 billion yen in the six months to March this year.



As the demand for conventional suits declined due to the spread of telecommuting and the decrease in opportunities to go out due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, all of them performed severely.



Each company has achieved results in response to new needs in response to changes in work styles, such as developing suits made of elastic materials that are easy to wear even when commuting by bicycle, and focusing on selling polo shirts that can be worn for business. I want to rebuild it.

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