AUSTRALIA: Oroton FY profit flat as "transition" year looms
By Leonie Barrie | 21 September 2012
Australian luxury fashion company Oroton Group says it expects its new financial year to be one of "transition," with Asia and the internet helping to offset the loss of its exclusive licensing deal with Polo Ralph Lauren.
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