BERLIN (Reuters) — Thousands of bargain hunters flocked to a new Primark store in the heart of Berlin on Thursday despite a protest by campaigners demanding the Irish chain improve conditions in the factories that produce its budget tops and jeans.
Primark, owned by Associated British Foods, is accelerating the pace of its expansion in Europe, where it already has 274 stores, and in April said it would open its first U.S. store in Boston towards the end of 2015.
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