UK: Fashion focus helps New Look sales rise 2.8%
By just-style.com | 6 January 2009
Value fashion retailer New Look today (6 January) reported a strong Christmas performance with UK like-for-like sales up by 2.8%, but said it expects the market to become more difficult in 2009.
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