UK: John Lewis sales rise 2.4% over holiday period
By just-style.com | 5 January 2009
Same-store sales at John Lewis were flat over the key Christmas and early clearance trading period, the department store retailer said today (5 January), but cautioned that the next few months are likely to be "extremely tough."
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