CDW revenue increases but pound blamed for UK sales decline

Tom Wright
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CDW revenue increases but pound blamed for UK sales decline

Sales in the UK dropped for the second consecutive quarter

Global reseller monster CDW has reported an increase in net revenue for its third quarter, but UK sales slowed as Brexit and the weak pound continue to take their toll. Overall sales for the three months...

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