FRANCE: Etam H1 sees gains in Europe, declines in China
By Stuart Todd | 3 September 2012
French lingerie and clothing retailer Etam has booked a 0.5% rise in first-half net sales to EUR592.7m (US$746.6m), the figure reflecting recovery in Europe and decline in China.
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