GERMANY: Hugo Boss sees growth after "record" year
By Leonie Barrie | 14 March 2012
German fashion house Hugo Boss AG today (14 March) said it expects sales to continue to rise in the year ahead after posting "record" full-year results in 2011, but the rate of growth is likely to slow.
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