US: Gap reports 6% same-stores sales drop in May
By just-style.com | 4 June 2009
A rise in sales at its Old Navy chain in May failed to offset a slowdown at Gap Inc's other divisions, pushing the clothing retailer to an overall 5% drop in sales, it said today (4 June).
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