NEW ZEALAND: Pumpkin Patch Posts $8.1m Full Year Profit
Children's clothing company Pumpkin Patch Ltd has reported a full-year profit of $8.1 million, on a 13 per cent sales increase to $220m.
The company said it plans to open three new UK outlets before Christmas 2004.
Pumpkin Patch caters for newborn to 12-year-old children, selling its clothes in retail outlets and catalogues.
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