D&A's Supply Problems Depress The Results Of De Rigo, Which Gets The Furla License

The difficulties experienced by Dollond & Aitchison, the group's British retail chain, and by EID, its joint venture with Prada, weighed heavily on the group's first-half earnings, aggravating the consequences of a negative trend in sales. While De Rigo's consolidated turnover grew by only 1.7 percent to e274.1 million, its ...

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