FRANCE: PPR happy despite 2.6% Q1 sales decline
By just-style.com | 22 April 2009
French luxury goods group PPR expressed satisfaction despite a 2.6% decline in first quarter consolidated sales to EUR4.8bn (US$6.2bn), salvaged by the strong performance of international markets.
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