Clarks Performs Better Abroad Than At Home, Ditches Ravel

Clarks’ net turnover from continuing operations rose by 5.6 percent to £972.7 million (€1,420m-$1,913m) in its year ended Jan. 31, 2007. Operating profit before exceptional items slid by 1.8 percent to £80.9 million (€118.1m-$160.6m), as higher profits from Clarks’ North American business unit were offset by declines at the company’s ...

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