UK: Clothing retailers under pressure in October
By Leonie Barrie | 8 November 2011
Sales at UK clothing and footwear retailers remained under pressure in October, according to figures released today (8 November), with the unseasonably mild weather hurting demand for warm winter fashions and adding to worries about the economy.
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