UK: Mothercare "on track" as H1 losses shrink
By Katie Smith | 22 November 2012
Mother, baby and children's goods retailer Mothercare today (22 November) said it is "on track" with its three-year turnaround plan after its half-year losses narrowed, but said it remains cautious in its outlook.
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