GERMANY: Puma exceeds expectations, positive on FY
By just-style.com | 28 April 2006
Expansionist sports goods company Puma has exceeded its own expectations by reporting a 2.5% rise in first-quarter net income to EUR93m (US$116.53), topping off a buoyant few months for the company.
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