Marks & Spencer reports 32% increase in online sales

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Internet sales were up 32% in the last quarter of 2009, Marks & Spencer has reported in its Q3 interim management statement. Overall, group sales were up 2.6%.

“We expect the trading conditions over the coming year to remain challenging as a result of continuing economic uncertainty, says Sir Stuart Rose, chairman of Marks and Spencer. We believe however, that customers will continue to seek out real value and quality for which we are justly famous.”

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