Paris Miki Q1 sales up y-o-y but still below pre-Covid levels

Paris Miki Holdings, the Japanese-based optical retailer, reported Q1 revenues of 10,376 million Japanese yen (€79.6m-$94.3m), representing a 28.5 percent increase from the same quarter in the previous year. However, the company’s topline has not returned to pre-Covid level as it reported ¥12,252 million (€93.9m-$111.3m) in Q1 2019. On a ...

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