Pumpkin Patch closing more than half its stores

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Premium children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch is reviewing its U.S. operations and will be closing around 20 of its 35 locations this summer. The company, which is based in New Zealand, hopes to close in on a break-even level with the action. Pumpkin Patch's U.S. stores have struggled since 2007 and underperformed in the recent economic climate.

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