Dutch consumers spent about 7 percent less on shoes between...

Dutch consumers spent about 7 percent less on shoes between September and November 2007 than in the same three months the year before. The decline of 9 percent in pairs was caused entirely by the women’s category: while the number of pairs sold increased by 16 percent for children and ...

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