USA: Ross Stores Enjoys Profit Boost From Cost Controls
By just-style.com | 20 August 2003
Discount clothing chain Ross Stores Inc on Wednesday attributed its 13 per cent rise in second quarter net profit to better control of inventory and costs and higher sales on a larger store base.
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