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Service sector export sales at record high

Export sales and orders in the UK’s service sector have reached record highs, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).

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NI shopping footfall drop

Shopper numbers in Northern Ireland dropped by 5.1 per cent year-on-year in February 2014, according to the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium.

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Retail sales up 3.7 per cent

Retail sales, by quantity, were 3.7 per cent higher in February 2014 than they were in February 2013, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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Retail sales growth slowed in February

Retail sales fell one per cent last month when compared to February 2013, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has announced.

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Online sales growth continues

Online retailers have reported their strongest January sales of non-food products since 2009, according to the British Retail Consortium.

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Consumers willing to pay more for engaging brands

Two-thirds of consumers are more likely to buy goods and services from brands that offer interesting content and social media experiences, new research has found.

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Retail sales grow for third consecutive month

The value of goods sold in the retail sector in July increased by 2.2 per cent when compared with July 2012, according to figures from the British Retail Consortium.

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Retail sales grow again

The quantity of goods bought in the retail sector in June increased by 2.2 per cent compared with June 2012, and by 0.2 per cent compared with May 2013, according to estimates from the Office for National Statistics.

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British retail's 'great success story'

The director general of the British Retail Consortium, Helen Dickinson, has told a conference of senior figures from the retail sector that the industry is a 'great British success story'.

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Retail footfall falls 0.7 per cent

The latest figures from the British Retail Consortium show that total footfall in May was down by 0.7 per cent compared like-for-like with May 2012.

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