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  • Ramadan Rush shoppers also go to Primark
  • Ramadan Rush shoppers also go to Primark
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Ramadan Rush shoppers also go to Primark

Ramadan and Eid have become, after Christmas, the second most profitable season for UK retailers. While Middle Eastern shoppers typically prefer luxury boutiques, mass-market brands like M&S, Primark and H&M are starting to benefit from the Ramadan Rush.

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