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4 April 2017 By Carol Ryan

The UK online clothes retailer has raised sales forecasts on international demand. But Asos is becoming pricier to run: six-month costs rose 38 pct, more than the group’s top line. Asos is investing prudently, but a rich valuation leaves it exposed to web-based competition.

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