UK: Morrison posts positive 2000 results and pledges £200,000 to farmers
This week, UK supermarket chain William Morrison posted positive results for 2000 and pledged to help the farming families worse affected by the current agricultural crisis. The chain is now worth £3bn in the sector and pre-tax profits for the year have risen 16% to £219.1m. Like-for-like sales are up 8.3% and share dividends have increased 20% to 1.8p.
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