UK: Clothing growth boosts Sainsbury's H1 profit
By Leonie Barrie | 14 November 2012
Supermarket retailer Sainsbury's Plc today (14 November) said its clothing businesses is going "from strength to strength" as it reported a 2.5% rise in first-half profit.
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