UK: Clothing weighs on Marks & Spencer Q3 sales
By Leonie Barrie | 10 January 2013
Retailer Marks & Spencer has reported worse-than-expected third-quarter sales figures, with a poor performance in its general merchandise business - which includes clothing and footwear - offsetting strong demand for food.
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