ITALY: High material costs weigh on Benetton H1 profit
By Leonie Barrie | 29 July 2011
Higher cotton and wool costs, as well as a slowdown in demand in troubled Eurozone countries like Greece, have weighed on Benetton Group's bottom line, pushing the Italian fashion retailer to a 25% drop in first-half profit.
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