In the money: Burberry continues to eye growth in Asia
By Katie Smith | 11 July 2012
Despite seeing a slowdown in first quarter sales growth in a "more challenging external environment," luxury fashion and accessories brand Burberry is focusing on the positives - including "enormous" opportunities in China, higher selling prices and British-made goods.
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