The ONS has reported on retail sales for the four week period covering 29 July 2018 to 25 August 2018. In August 2018, the quantity bought
The rise in hotels and restaurants is more than offset by falls elsewhere, says Visa Spending in the shops fell in July according to Visa,
British household finances among most indebted in major western countries, ONS says British households spent around £900 more on average than they received in income
Supply chain integration (or synchronisation) is to a large extent still only a promise, despite many considerable efforts by organisations and their customers and suppliers.
The growth of clothing sales and decline in clothing utilisation since 2000 The current textiles system has major drawbacks Currently, steady production growth is intrinsically
Over the last five or so years, there has been a dawning realization within companies that spending on indirect goods and services is a big