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Briscoe interim profit slips, while inventory rises

But managing director Rod Duke has confidence going into the group’s second half and would not dial back inventory orders ahead of Christmas.

Overseas retailers are positioning themselves for a spending pull back leading into a critical season.

Kate McVicar Wed, 13 Sep 2023

Amidst global economic uncertainty, some retailers have dialled back inventory orders as they move toward the pre-Christmas selling season. 

However, Briscoe group managing director and NBR Lister Rod Duke told NBR he was not one of those businesses. Last week, the AFR reported some retailers across

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Kate McVicar Wed, 13 Sep 2023
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