Opinion: Why like-for-like sales no longer tell the full story in retail

As retailers discount aggressively, reporting like-for-like sales is increasingly becoming less useful.

For years, reporting retail success has focused on like-for-likes, measuring who is up and down. But this is becoming less useful.

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