Home furnishings and fashion retailer Laura Ashley has announced the closure of a further 40 stores in the UK. Faced with the challenging retail environment on the British high street, Laura Ashley has chosen to cut its losses and focus on its most profitable stores. However, the company intends to expand the size of its remaining stores – a curious move at a time when its competitors are experimenting with smaller-format stores.
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