US: Bebe warns of higher costs as narrows Q1 loss
By just-style.com | 5 November 2010
Women's fashion retailer Bebe Stores Inc has narrowed its first quarter loss after lower markdowns helped offset falling sales, but says second quarter margins are unlikely to rise due to higher costs on imports from China.
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