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Harvey Norman to turn profit next year, says chief executive

30th December, 2014
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Harvey Norman Ireland will turn a profit in the second half of next year, its chief executive has told The Sunday Business Post.

Blaine Callard said sales have surged in the past six months, already exceeding its total sales figure for the 12-month period to June 2014.

“Against the backdrop of a difficult period for retail in Ireland, we have managed to grow our market shares, revenues and reduce our losses consistently year on year,” he...

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