Poland's July retail sales down by 1.4% y/y - Eurostat.

By bne IntelliNews September 6, 2011
Poland's seasonally-adjusted retail sales trade rose by 1.6 % m/m and fell by 1.4% y/y in July, Eurostat reported. The average retail sales index for the EU inched up by 0.2% m/m, but was down by 0.2% in annual terms. Poland's statistics office had earlier reported that retail sales rose by 0.7% m/m and by 8.2% y/y in July.

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