On Tuesday Nick Robertson, Asos's ebullient chief executive, revealed that UK growth was accelerating again after a wave of price cuts. The company reported a 24% increase in domestic sales, a rate of growth that compares with a 4% at its lowest point last year. That allayed concerns that it might be reaching maturity in the UK. The renewed domestic growth is a double whammy, since it implies that the prospects for international expansion are even greater than previously thou [12 Dec '12]
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