INDIA: Raymond Q3 profit slides 74%
By Katie Smith | 24 January 2013
Indian textiles and apparel manufacturer Raymond Ltd has seen its third-quarter net profit plummet on the back of higher costs and a "challenging" trading environment - but said it remains confident in its outlook.
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