KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 2): The Parkson group is closing its outlet in Suria KLCC after 20 years of operations, reported The Star today.

The report is based on a Facebook posting by the company that there will be a “moving out sale” at its KLCC outlet until Feb 17, adding that “everything must go”.

*Parkson Retail Asia CEO Michael Remsen resigns

According to records, the three-level, 126,000 sq ft, Parkson store was one of Suria KLCC’s earliest tenants, opening its doors back in 1998.

Parkson also shuttered its 220,000 sq ft, Maju Junction store in Kuala Lumpur last year. It was an anchor tenant at the mall, kicking off operations more than four years ago.

The company still has more than 100 stores in the region, with more than 40 in the country.

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