JAPAN: Fast Retailing H1 profit falls 15%
By just-style.com | 12 April 2007
Japanese clothing group Fast Retailing saw its revenue rise but income fall over the six months to February 2007, due in part to a fall in gross profit margins and wider losses at some consolidated subsidiaries.
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