Spotlight on...PPR ramps up its green profit and loss report
By Petah Marian | 16 November 2011
French luxury and sporting goods group PPR has revealed the first full set of green accounts for Puma - and says it now plans to roll out environmental profit and loss (EP&L) statements across all of its brands by 2015.
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