CANADA: Sales Up At Mark's Work Wearhouse
Leading clothing retail group Mark's Work Wearhouse Ltd's said on Thursday that fourth-quarter sales rose three per cent thanks to revenue increases in all its divisions.
The company, which operates 325 stores that sell work and casual clothing and footwear, said sales for the quarter ended January 26 totalled C$187 million (US$118m), up from C$182m in 2001.
Sales for the full year climbed nearly five per cent to C$511m from C$488m at the group, which was bought by Canadian Tire shortly before Christmas for C$117m.
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