GERMANY: High Street Shoe Sales Slip 10% In 2002
German high street footwear sales slipped 10 per cent year-on-year in 2002 to 700 million euros, industry data revealed on Monday.
Figures from the German Shoe Industry Association revealed consumers bought an average of four pairs of shoes last year while 15,000 workers at its footwear producers churned out 33 million pairs of shoes.
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