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Primark sales boosted by bargain-hunting tourists after pound's Brexit slide

Published on Monday 27th of February 2017 12:57:03 PM in Guardian

Primark has joined luxury brands such as Burberry in enjoying a boost in sales from tourists drawn by the cheap pound.Sales at the cut-price fashion chain’s two stores in Oxford Street, central London, were up 10% in the six months to 4 March as the UK’s ...

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