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Puma says deliveries stopped to Russia but stores open -Breaking


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: A Puma logo is visible at one of the Austrian stores, in Vienna on March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger/

BERLIN, (Reuters) – Puma has announced that Russia is no longer receiving its sportswear products. However, it said that 100 of its stores are still available in Russia.

A spokesperson for Puma stated that Russia and Ukraine contributed less than 5% to the 2021 revenues.

Rival Nike Inc (NYSE:) made Russian purchases through its app and website inaccessible because it could not guarantee the delivery of goods in Russia.

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