JAPAN: Uniqlo same-store sales up 1.2% in February
By Leonie Barrie | 2 March 2012
Japanese retailer Fast Retailing Co (today (2 March) said same-store sales at its domestic Uniqlo casual clothing chain were 1.2% higher than the same month last year.
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