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Lower growth at Home Pro

The Thai DIY chain Home Pro recorded an increase in sales of 4.69 per cent in the first quarter of 2017, signifying a lower growth rate than in the past. The sales income came to THB 14,271. Several reasons are cited in the quarterly report for the lower growth: there are no explicit signs of recovery in consumer purchasing power as yet; sales of seasonal summer products had been negatively affected compared to the prior year due to the less extreme weather conditions this year; and a high base effect arose from last year.

|27 April 2017


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