SWEDEN: H&M posts 16% first-half profit growth
By Petah Marian | 20 June 2012
H&M Hennes & Mauritz has seen its first-half net profit jump 15.75%, with the fashion retailer adding that strong sales of its spring lines have helped lift its market share.
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