JAPAN: Fast Retailing lowers forecast despite Q1 profit
By Richard Woodard | 12 January 2012
Japanese fashion retail giant Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo brand, has lowered its full-year sales and earnings forecast, despite a surge in first quarter net profit.
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