Lego has announced plans to open 120 new stores this year, following a leap in the number of adults using the building kits during lockdown.
Despite the impacts of the pandemic on the retail industry, the business is on track to open a swathe of new stores worldwide throughout the year, 46 of which were opened in the first half.
The Danish toy firm recorded a 7% increase in revenues for the first half, up to DKK15.7bn (£1.8bn), while its operating profit jumped 11%.
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