Italian Eyewear Companies Saw Their Sales Drop By 13.3% In 2009

The revenues of the Italian eyewear industry collapsed by 13.3 percent to €2.251 billion in 2009, mainly because of the economic crisis. The number of workers in the industry shrank to 16,600 from 17,500 in 2008 and the number of companies fell to 950 from 1,005.

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