UK: M&S boss refuses to be drawn on signs of recovery
By just-style.com | 20 May 2009
After a grim year for Marks & Spencer, Britain's biggest clothing retailer, its chairman yesterday (19 May) tried to strike an optimistic note - but failed to offer reassurance that the worst of the downturn could be over.
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