SPAIN: Profits rise 27% at Zara owner Inditex
By Leonie Barrie | 12 December 2012
Spanish clothing giant Inditex, which operates the Zara fashion chain, has booked a 27% jump in profit in the first nine months of its financial year, helped by international expansion.
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