Growing UK sales help push Courts' profits up

Westphal, Linda
June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/26/98, Issue 5094, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the steady sales performance of British household appliances retailer Courts in 1997, despite poor trading at its Irish operations. Attribution of sales growth to new openings and Courts' interest free credit proposition; Comparative store sales; Increase in investment focus on the British market; Importance of electrical sales to the company's business; Group sales.


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