Luxottica's Sales Begin To Rise Again

After a drop of 5.9 percent in the previous two quarters, due mainly to the end of its licensing contract with Giorgio Armani, sales in local currencies rose by 3.4 percent for the Luxottica group in the 3rd quarter. However, the strong euro led the group to post a 6.3 ...

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