Macintosh Suffers From The Shoe Market And The Weak Pound

Macintosh Retail Group, the Dutch owner of several shoe chains in the Benelux countries and the U.K., suffered a sales drop of 5.1 percent to €581.6 million in its fashion division last year, as lackluster consumption and exchange rates both played against it. Excluding the impact of sterling's decline, which ...

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