In the money: Tesco looks online as clothing sales fall
By Petah Marian | 16 January 2012
At the same time as Tesco revealed falling clothing sales over the Christmas period, the UK's largest supermarket retailer also signalled a shift away from expanding its hypermarket presence and a renews focus on its online offer.
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