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Saudi's Fawaz Alhokair Posts Q2 Loss
Kingdom Holding Unit Signs Binding MoU With Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair
Saudi's Fawaz Alhokair Q1 Profit Falls
Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair Co SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based company. The Company’s activities include the wholesale and retail trade in ready-made cloth for men, women and children, shoes, textiles, house and office furniture, perfumes, natural cosmetics, ornaments and beauty materials and their compounds and traditional jewelry; the wholesale and retail trading in sports wares and shoes and their complementary; the management and operation of optics centers, wholesale and retail trading in eye glasses and sun glasses, contact lenses, optical equipment and accessories; purchase of land and construction of building thereon for the purpose of running the Company’s activities and business; the manufacture, wholesale and retail in Abayas, robes, scarfs and other women embroidered gowns; the wholesale and retail trading in gold and silver, among others.
In front of King Saud Medical City
Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Hokair
Senior Vice President, Non-Executive Member of the Board
Abdul Majid Bin Abdul Aziz Al Hokair
Executive Member of the Board & Managing Director
Investors Relations Manager
Head of Business Development
Food and Beverage Director
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* Q2 NET LOSS AFTER TAX AND ZAKAT 27.2 MILLION RIYALS VERSUS PROFIT OF 10 MILLION RIYALS YEAR AGO
Saudi Arabia's Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair <4240.SE> said on Wednesday its franchise agreement in the kingdom with British retailer Marks & Spencer <MKS.L> had ended, along with similar deals with a number of "non-performing" brands.
Saudi Arabian retailer Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair Co. has pulled out of its franchise partnership with British store group Marks & Spencer and has ended similar agreements with a number of "non-performing" brands, it said on Wednesday.
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