LONDON -- Retailer Marks & Spencer here said the new management at its Kings Super Markets division in Parsippany, N.J., is improving the sales trends at the chain. statement discussing year-end results. Operating profits at Kings were down about 70% at actual exchange rates, to 2.4 million pounds, or $4.3 million, compared with the preceding year. Sales were down 12.1%, to 238.8 million pounds, or about $430 million. At constant exchange rates, operating profit for the year was down ...

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