GERMANY: Puma Q2 profits dive ahead of Olympics
By Petah Marian | 26 July 2012
Sportswear brand Puma today (26 July) revealed a dive in second-quarter profits on the eve of the Olympics, after being hit by poor consumer sentiment in Europe combined with the impact of strategic investments.
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