SPAIN: Retailer Adolfo Dominguez Posts Profit Leap
Spanish clothing retailer Adolfo Dominguez SA has reported a 22 per cent increase in 2001 net profit to 8.08 million euros on the back of a 13 per cent surge in total sales to 106m euros from 94m euros in 2001. Same-store sales were up 10 per cent, with a 16.9 per cent climb domestically, and a 2.6 per cent rise in international markets, which the retailer said in a statement were "affected by the events of September and the crisis in Argentina".
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