JAPAN: Winter boost lifts Fast Retailing H1 profit 39%
By Katie Smith | 12 April 2012
Japanese fashion retail giant Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo brand, has today (12 April) posted a 38.7% surge in first-half net profit after cold weather in Japan during December helped lift sales of winter clothing.
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