JAPAN: Fast Retailing lifts forecast on Q1 Uniqlo gains
By Leonie Barrie | 10 January 2013
The Fast Retailing Group expects to book record sales and profits in its current financial year after reporting "considerable gains" across its business during the first quarter.
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