ITALY: Prada reports HY sales boost
- Revenues up 29.4% to EUR936.5m
- Net profit of EUR103m
- Strong Far East growth
Italian luxury goods firm Prada has posted strong first-half sales growth, buoyed by 41% growth in directly operated stores.
Sales increased 18.7% in Europe, 29.9% in the US and 47.3% in the Far East.
Patrizio Bertelli, cheif executive of Prada, said: "The Prada Group's strategy, aimed at growth in all markets, will be further strengthened in the following years through the development of our directly operated stores network."
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