By  on June 21, 2010

TOKYO―Japanese department stores' May sales slid 2.1 percent, representing an improvement on previous months' performance.


Sales at the country’s department declined  2.1 percent to 491.24 billion yen, or $5.34 billion at average exchange, compared with the same period last year, the Japan Department Stores Association sad Monday. The stores registered their  27th straight month of declining sales but the drop was smaller than that of previous periods. 

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