JAPAN: Uniqlo domestic sales down 6.8% as weather drops
By Katie Smith | 2 May 2012
Japanese retailer Fast Retailing has announced that domestic same-store sales for its Uniqlo chain were down 6.8% year-on-year in April, after colder weather slowed sales of summer lines.
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