LONDON — Liberty Plc, the London department store known for its archive of printed fabrics, narrowed its losses and grew revenues in 2009. The company said Tuesday it recorded a net loss of 5.2 million pounds, or $8.1 million, for the 12 months ended Dec. 31, versus a net loss of 7.4 million pounds, or $13.7 million, in the previous year.
Liberty notched up revenues of 59.6 million pounds, or $93 million for the year, up 19.5 percent. Dollar figures have been calculated at average exchange rates for the periods to which they refer.
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