When designer departments stores in Israeli Israel shut down in January, it meant they were losing customers to cheaper alternatives like e-commerce and e-books.
But that was the last they ever saw of the shops.
“I started noticing things,” said Avigdor Eshkol, a former department store owner who now owns a shop in Jerusalem called Dabes.
“It was getting dark and people were not shopping anymore.”
Since then, the department store chain has seen a sharp decline in sales.
But while it has faced competition from other online retailers, its biggest rival, H&M, is slowly gaining market share.
Its main competitor, Marks & Spencer, has already lost about 30% of its market share in the past two years.
The big problem for H&M and Marks & Spencer is that it does not offer any products online, meaning that they are competing with online retailers that offer a full range of products, including beauty products and clothing.
In addition, they also offer a huge range of clothing, with a variety of colors and styles.
H&ams, which has been around since 1919, is now part of the H&Am Group, which was founded in 1996 by Israeli billionaire Michael Milken.
In fact, the last time H&ams was around was in 1997, when the chain’s flagship store in Tel Aviv sold a lot of its clothes to the likes of Gap and Nordstrom.
In 2013, H & ;ams founder, Elie Wiesel, sold his stake in the company to the American company, American Eagle, which he co-founded in 1995.
“This is an important story, a story of two companies, which have built a big business and a brand in a couple of decades,” said Eshkar.
“But it also has the same impact on us.
It’s the last nail in our coffin.”
It is also the last step before a bankruptcy.
“H&, as a brand, will continue to be a very strong brand,” said Elie’s son, Gil Eshkhol.
“There is no doubt that the H &s brand is very important to the world of retail.”
However, it is not just about the legacy of H&ammys.
H &am is also a big brand in the Israel economy, and a part of Israel’s economy, which means that the company has to keep its focus on Israel and the West Bank.
“Israel is a country that is still struggling to survive,” said Eli Shachar, a partner at the Jerusalem-based firm Tel Aviv-based law firm Barnea Law.
“Its economy is weak.
Its economy is dependent on the exports of products.
And the international economy is also very dependent on Israel.”
While H&s brand may have been important to Israel’s survival in the early 2000s, it has now become one of the biggest competitors in the international market, and H&amar has become the biggest competitor in Israel itself.
Shachkar said that the decline in the number of H &ams stores in the country means that they will lose their ability to operate on a daily basis, making it difficult for them to compete with other brands.
“The business model has changed dramatically, and so is the brand,” he said.
“If we lose H&ar, we lose a lot.
It would be a big loss for our country.”