Privately held Levi Strauss & Co has filed records with federal regulators showing the gravity of the jeans maker’s financial situation. Profits fell to $5.4 million in 1999, down from $102.5 million in 1998. Revenue fell from $6 billion to $5.1 billion in the same period.The 147-year-old company, which is not required to disclose financial figures to the public, filed its report Thursday with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission.

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