Boohoo sales rise as international business returns to growth

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Boohoo has reported an uptick in sales, just days after Sir Brian Leveson made his final report to the board concerning the retailer’s supply chain overhaul.

The fast-fashion giant, which owns brands including PrettyLittleThing, Nasty Gal, BoohooMan and Debenhams, recorded that net sales were up 7% year on year in the fourth quarter to February 28, up 48% on a two-year basis.

Over the full year to the same date, Boohoo achieved sales growth of 14%, in line with guidance and up by 61% against two years previously.

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