Harvey Norman posts €22.3m loss, rise in sales

Harvey Norman, which has 15 stores in Ireland and employs 770 people, has posted a loss of €22.3 million and a rise in sales of €8 million.

31st August, 2012
Harvey Norman losses have narrowed

The retail chain Harvey Norman, which has 15 stores in Ireland and a staff of more than 770 people, has posted a loss of €22.3 million, down nine per cent on its 2011 loss of €24.54 million.

The company recorded a rise in sales of €8 million to €135 million in 2012.

In Northern Ireland, the company’s losses increased to £3.32million in 2012, compared to £2.93 million in 2011.

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