like-for-like sales

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like-for-like sales

  1. The sales of a company that were achieved through the same activities as those of a previous reference period (typically the preceding year).
    Sales at the company are up 50%, although only half of that increase is due to the recent acquisition. The other half is accounted for by like-for-like sales being up 25 percent.