UK: Retailers record strong sales gains in May
By Petah Marian | 30 May 2012
UK retailers saw sales volumes rise strongly in May compared to a year ago, and sentiment regarding the business situation for the next quarter has improved, according to research released by the CBI today (30 May)
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