JAPAN: Sanyo Shokai Enjoys Solid H1 Growth
Clothing firm Sanyo Shokai Ltd on Friday posted a seven per cent year-on-year rise in first half net profit to 1.8 billion yen on the back of a two per cent rise in sales to 63.3 billion yen ($538.2 million). The company said demand for its fashions in the January to June period remained strong despite unseasonal weather and added demand for its Burberry brand clothing was also solid.
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