JAPAN: Fast Retailing Q1 profit growth less than expected
By just-style.com | 11 January 2007
Fashion firm Fast Retailing said income and sales were up in the first quarter, but admitted its core Uniqlo business fell short of expectations because of aggressive discounting.
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