05 November 2009
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The economic downturn is clearly good news for the retailer. Maybe now it can afford to turn its ethical pledges into reality
Recession? What recession? Primark has just announced a massive 20% jump in sales for the year to 12 September, and profits up 8% to £252m. As it prepares to celebrate the opening of its 192nd UK store in Cambridge, Britain's leading cheap fashion retailer has never had it so good.
John Hilary is Executive Director of War on Want and writes regularly for The Guardian's Comment is Free blog
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