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The weekend newspaper round up: November 14 to 15, 2009

A round up of the best fashion business stories from the weekend’s newspapers…

Retailers drop campaign to halt VAT rise

Retailers have abandoned a campaign to postpone the proposed January 1 increase in VAT rates, according to the Sunday Times.

Burberry expected to remain confident

Burberry is expected to post a slide in profit of 8% to £77m when it reveals its interim figures on Tuesday, according to the Mail on Sunday.

Chanel counterfeiting battle escalates

The Sunday Telegraph reported on the ongoing design counterfeiting battle between Chanel and World Tricot. A verdict is expected on December 11.

Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green and music mogul Simon Cowell’s partnership

Do Big Phil and Shiny Simon have the X Factor? The Independent on Sunday looks at Sir Philip Green’s partnership with music mogul Simon Cowell.

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