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Clas Ohlson grew by one per cent in the first quarter

Clas Ohlson operates in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Great Britain, Germany and Dubai.

Clas Ohlson operates in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Great Britain, Germany and Dubai.

The Swedish retail chain Clas Ohlson has reported scarcely any growth in the current financial year to date. From May to July, the first quarter of fiscal 2017/2018, the company's sales came to SEK 1.783 bn, thus one per cent up on the same period in the previous year. In local currencies - Clas Ohlson also operates in Norway, Finland, Great Britain, Germany and Dubai - sales were on a par with the previous year's level.

|24 August 2017


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