SINGAPORE: Fashion Firm FJ Benjamin Reports H1 Profit
Menswear and fashion goods firm F J Benjamin Holdings today reported an after-tax operating profit of $1.64 million for its first half, compared to a net loss of $5.58m in the year-ago period.
The company added that for the whole of fiscal 2001, it lost $40.91m, versus a profit of $22.8m in the previous year and reported a 15 per cent drop in turnover in the latest period to $69.26m from $81.42m.
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