UK: Sainsbury's FY clothing sales grow faster than food
By Leonie Barrie | 8 May 2013
UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury's has reported higher annual profits after "outperforming" its rivals, and said its non-food offer - which includes clothing - "goes from strength to strength."
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