ITALY: Prada books 74% hike in H1 profit
By Leonie Barrie | 19 September 2011
Italian fashion house Prada SpA, which listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange in June, has posted a 74% hike in first-half net profit thanks to double-digit growth in all markets except Japan.
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