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T be easier to achieve than by shopping at TK Maxx. American department store chain TK Maxx is about to shake up Australia’s retail market. AUSTRALIA’S department store bosses should be very afraid. After years of divvying up the $19.5 billion market into clearly defined segments — with Kmart and Big W battling for the discount shopper, David Jones and Myer at the premium end and Target in the middle — the titans of traditional retail are about to get a rude awakening. A global discount chain is about to disrupt our department store sector, with plans to open 35 stores in April under a business model unlike anything we’ve seen. While shopping at local department stores is a fairly predictable affair, TK Maxx will bring its fast-changing product offering Down Under, in an approach that has been compared to H&M, Zara and Top Shop. — With Rebecca Sullivan email@example.com.
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Early last month, the Senate announced an inquiry with terms of reference that cover the collapse of Dick Smith Electronics.
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