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Irish Mothercare remains confident despite losses

The company that owns the Mothercare franchise for Ireland says it is still confident of improving profitability despite suffering losses for the second successive year.

9th March, 2014

The company that owns the Mothercare franchise for Ireland says it is still confident of improving profitability despite suffering losses for the second successive year.

Mothercare Ireland, which operates 22 stores in the Republic, has reported a pre-tax loss of €586,000 for the year ending March 24, 2013, broadly in line with losses for the previous year, according to accounts just filed. Revenues at the company dipped €1 million to €36.8 million. However, the company...

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