JINS driven by overseas markets in Q1

Japanese-based retailer JINS booked an 11.6 percent year-on-year increase in Q1 sales to 17,051 million Japanese yen (€120m), accelerating strongly from the 5.1 percent growth reported for the previous quarter. The Q1 sales uptick was largely driven by a 35.5 percent jump in overseas revenue to ¥ 4,584 million (€32m) ...

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