FRANCE: Lacoste H1 turnover up 25% says CEO
By Stuart Todd | 14 September 2012
The CEO of French fashion brand Lacoste has described the 25% increase in turnover posted by the company in the first half of the year as "doubtless the best growth rate in the market."
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