UK: Debenhams sees FY profit growth as sales rise
By Leonie Barrie | 18 September 2012
Department store group Debenhams Plc has put in a "strong performance" with like-for-like sales growth accelerating despite "challenging" markets - and says it expects full-year pre-tax profits to be ahead of last year.
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