TJX brings home strong October

November 2001
Home Textiles Today;11/12/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
Reports the market performance of textile company TJX with its chain of stores in Canada and the United States as of October 2001. Number of the HomeGoods and HomeSense chains of the company; Amount of consolidated sales for the month; Strategy of the company to overcome economic recession.


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