JINS downgrades FY outlook, recapitalizes U.S. branch

JINS Holdings has revised its full year 2022 outlook downwards and now expects total sales to reach 66.9 billion Japanese yen (€481m), down by 6.0 percent compared to the initial forecast but still 4.7 percent higher than revenues reported for 2021. The group mentioned a slower-than-expected sales recovery both in ...

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