UK: Retailers count the cost of riots
By Leonie Barrie | 10 August 2011
UK retailers, already under pressure from a slowdown in consumer spending, are now counting the cost after four shocking days of rioting and looting in towns and cities across the UK caused widespread damage on the high street.
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