US: JC Penney sees risk of sales slump under new strategy
By Katie Smith | 29 March 2012
US department store retailer JC Penney has said that there is a risk that its new strategy could hit sales for some time, and that there is no guarantee its store and merchandise turnaround plan would work.
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