By  on October 3, 2008

LONDON — It seems that the West's economic woes haven't yet hit Harrods' high spending customers.

In a report filed last week at London's Companies House — the British equivalent of the Securities and Exchange Commission — the Knightsbridge department store reported an 8.9 percent rise in turnover to 437 million pounds, or $771.6 million, in the year to February 2, up from 401 million pounds, or $708 million, in the previous year.

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