The products of the French retailer Decathlon, which left Russia, began to be sold on Yandex.Market. The market bought stocks of products from the company’s Russian representative office and now sells them from its warehouses.
“Yandex.Market” launched Decathlon store product sales, the company said. When the French retailer left the Russian market, the market bought the remaining products from it and now sells them from its warehouses.
Yandex.Market currently offers 80 Decathlon products. The brand’s products are also sold in the Ozon, Wildberries and Sbermegamarket markets.
French sporting goods retailer Decathlon, owned by the Mulliez Family Association, which also owns Leroy Merlin and Auchan, announced the suspension of its operations in Russia on March 29.
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