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Primark saw a 14 per cent increase in sales in the 16 weeks to 4 January

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Primark escapes Bangladesh tragedy to report massive rise on sales

Primark escapes Bangladesh tragedy to report massive rise on sales

The budget clothing company saw a 22 per cent rise in year-on-year sales despite the Rana Plaza accident

The purported hysteria can be triggered by large-scale tragedies such as the Rana Plaza disaster

70 international retailers agree to safety inspections at garment factories in Bangladesh

Move comes after devastating building collapse that killed more than 1,100 people in April

Investment View: Primark still the place to be, if you can stomach it

If you’re the type to trade in and out of stocks I’d book some gains in ABF and look to buy back in
Reshma Begum, 19, was pulled from the Rana Plaza remains

Bangladeshi clothing factory’s ‘miracle survivor’ makes a clean start

A garment worker who spent 17 days trapped in rubble has been offered a job in a hotel

Flashback to 13 May 2013 after 19-year-old Reshma Begum was rescued from the rubble of the Rana Plaza building 17 days after the building collapsed

The 17-day survivor of Dhaka's factory collapse leaves hospital for a five-star job

'I could not imagine, from where I was, to where I am now,' says Reshma Begum

65 per cent of Primark's sales come from outside the UK

Fashion: Why Asos is sharing a wardrobe with Primark

Anyone who has had the misfortune to walk into a branch of Primark at the wrong time will know that the budget retailer’s “stack ’em high and sell ’em cheap” philosophy means that shop floors can often resemble a jumble sale, with queues stretching at tills and changing rooms. So, it’s somewhat surprising that the brand has not yet ventured into the ever-expanding world of online shopping.

Primark relents and launches online range on Asos

The discount fashion giant Primark has finally joined the internet revolution after it launched on the website of Asos yesterday.

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Creations from Prada’s Fall-Winter 2013-2014 collection

Is Prada posher than Primark? Not in the service stakes

The designer label has slipped down the shopping chart since last year

Tahmina Akhter Sadia was lucky to escape, but now has no job

'They slapped us if we argued. We wiped our tears and went to work': The brutal existence of a Bangladeshi garment worker

Tahmina Akhter Sadia was in the Rana Plaza when it collapsed. She describes how the disaster unfolded

Investment Column: Leave something for the next man and book a gain

It does something that's very much in vogue on the high street right now: it sells its wares cheap

Collapsed Bangladesh factory owner’s property seized as thousands of protesters demand death penalty

The High Court ordered the government to “immediately” confiscate the property of a collapsed building’s owner, as thousands of protesters demanding the death penalty for the man clashed with police, leaving 100 people injured.

Worried relatives hold pictured of their loved ones, still missing after the Dhaka factory disaster

Hopes fade of pulling anyone from the Bangladesh factory rubble as death toll tops 380

Scores of people – perhaps more – remain unaccounted for

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