Primark predicts sales gains despite supply chain and Covid disruption

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Primark owner Associated British Foods expects sales at the retailer to rise in the coming months despite the reintroduction of coronavirus restrictions in Europe and supply chain challenges. 

ABF chair Michael McLintock said Primark’s sales had come in “ahead of expectations” during its financial year to date, while like for likes in its fourth quarter so far had “improved” year on year.

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