JB HI-FI POSTS $2.9M LOSS FOR NZ, EXPECTS SALES TO CONTINUE SHRINKING

JB Hi-Fi expects to see another year of declining revenues on this side of the Tasman as the ASX-listed discount consumer electronics retailer attempts to drive profitability in its Zealand/' title='New Zealand News'>New Zealand unit. The local division of the Melbourne-based...

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