JAPAN: Retailer Taka-Q posts 29% fall in Q1 profits
By just-style.com | 28 June 2007
Japanese clothing firm Taka-Q posted first quarter net profit down 29.3% on the corresponding period last year, to JPY440m (US$3.58m), said local press.
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