UK: Sainsbury's Q3 clothing sales grow faster than food
By Petah Marian | 11 January 2012
Supermarket retailer Sainsbury's today (11 January) said that general merchandise and clothing sales continued to grow at a faster rate than its food business during the third quarter.
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