US: Levi pushes Q1 profit up 14% despite slipping sales
By just-style.com | 12 April 2006
Jeans maker Levi Strauss & Co today said first-quarter profit grew 14% on lowered operating expenses, but revenue was down on weak European trading and a slump in US demand for the Signature range.
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