“Higher risk” – that’s the category department stores David Jones and Myer have been classified under by QBE following the insurer’s review of the retail industry.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that QBE wrote to the retailers’ suppliers to let them know trade credit insurance would be pulled on July 16 on account of the department store sector’s risk profile amid the coronavirus crisis.
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