JAPAN: Uniqlo June like-for-likes up 6.4%
By just-style.com | 2 July 2009
Aggressive sales and marketing activities helped cut-price apparel retailer Uniqlo to boost its same store sales in Japan by 6.4% in June, the company announced.
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